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Curved honeycomb vase

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Curved honeycomb vase by eggnot Jun 10, 2017
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just a couple of modifiers to make it more curve and organic, done in Blender

upd. 08/11/2017
[sotvl3_ 1,2mm] - with a proper thickness calculation. 1mm and 2mm thick respectfully. probably waterproof... but not tested with a print yet. (see text below for sotvl2.stl)

update 03/11/2017

[sotvl1.stl] is a solid shape. you should print it in "Spiralize Contour"(Cura) or "Spiral Vase"(Slic3r). Ts is not waterproof, as it will be small holes on a way up from bottom. So, it is not good for water, but soil is ok.

[sotvl2.stl] is thick/thin shape. shoild be ok for usual print and waterpreoof, but need more testing with ptints.

[sotvl.blend] - source Blender3d file, shape and thickness can be changed there. (for advanced users)

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I also made it and in general it (sotvl2) printed good (UM2+) and looks awesome, but it also has around 8-10 small holes which makes it not waterproof.
Does anyone know how to resolve it? I have seen afterwards that 2 more commenters have the same problem.

thanks for printing and feedback!
for a [sotvl1] it was a problem with "vase mode", as there is lage bridges for be solid in one layer. see photo for reference.
[sotv2] was not yet tested with a print, so it may be the reason for your holes.
but also, by the look of it, it may caused by some inconsistency in filament extrusion. can't say for shure.

also, i just did attempt with a mexmixer to make it thick. so you can try sotv3_1mm or ever thicker sotv3_2mm

What software did you use to make something like this? I’m work with solidworks but that is super technical so I’m looking to create more abstract stuff.

There is .blend files for my remix. It's blender3d file. but there is only modifiers for shape of original design. Vase by radus was programmed in OpenScad, you can check base design for more details

Which version of cura allows special mode for vase option?

You've probably figured it out a week ago, but it is done with "Spiralize Outer Contour," found in Special Modes.

i just use default settings from cura included in repetier-host

Tried to slice this mode, but it's completely solid. How to hollow out?

depends on slicer, it's called "spiralize contour" or "vase mode". or something similar

Thanks for your reply. my slicer is not capable of this.
Tried it in blender somehow, but couldn't manage so hollow out.

but anyway congratulations to the design, it looks amazing.

which slicer are you using?

Flashforge Finders slicing software: "Flash Print"

Which color PLA do you use. Normal grey?

i think so. (can't say for shure, as this roll was a present from a friend, and it was without box etc.)

Am I right in saying that the top is slightly more oval than round? Just my ocd kicking in here after I printed this. Not that it matters, but I need to know. :D

Yes, mine are oval also and if you look layer by layer on your slicer, you can see that it is. Also, I get holes at each depression where the 'petals' are formed, even with a 0.8 nozzle! Not water tight by any means!

What layer heights are you using for this ?

0.2 with 0.5 nozzle

Used vase mode but there was small gaps between the honeycomb bits, as a result not water tight. Needs tighter tolerances to be printed in spiral.

Mine too. Tried 0.8 nozzle and varied layer heights and widths. No good. Needs some work to make water tight.

This is solid in Cura. Go to "Special Modes" and turn on "Spiral outer contour" and it will print hollow but mine has holes. I'll put a glass inside or print a water tight insert for it.

dont print as is either use vase mode or no infill or top layers or it wont be a vase

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