Cauldron / Chaudron

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Cauldron / Chaudron by watsdesign Jan 5, 2018
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I was asked to make these to display pencils.

I simplified the interior to have a nice clean bridge, removed the mark and scaled it at size : diam. 151 mm x height 113 mm.

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You really shouldn't remove the original mark for such a simple mod. That mark is part of the attribution. If you want to remove it for yourself, that's fine. But if you are doing a remix, it should probably be left there.

This is just my personal feeling.

I can understand, I also hesitated when removing it.
Licence-wise, I think it is ok : as it was not a "non-derivative" and the source link is properly displayed in the page.
I'm still wondering about the attribution condition and this sort of mark in a 3D model.

I mostly wanted to simplify the mesh from unnecessary things that may not render well (with a 0.8mm nozzle).
The modification may appear simple but the bridge was a necessity at this scale, to avoid support and still have a correct interior without any post-processing (some parts would have been printed in the air).

In the end I kept it for myself, not being sure what to do with it.
But yesterday a friend wanted to reprint it.
I told him to wait for me to upload the exact file I used, in order to avoid the problems he would have faced otherwise.