Julia Vase #004 - Bloom

by virtox, published

Julia Vase #004 - Bloom by virtox Aug 6, 2012


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Part of the Julia Vase collection:

Aug 2013: I have added three new files, each 12.5 cm high:

  • 2 mm Wall
  • Shell for surface printing option
  • Solid for vase/perimeter printing option.


Julia_Vase_004.stl :
Printed in natural PLA with 0.3mm on an Up! without support.
This is about 8 x 8 x 8cm, with walls of slightly over 2mm.
I accidentally uploaded the scaled down version for this model,
so scale by 150% for it to match the others: approx. 12cm with 3mm walls. So scale as needed.

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i've been trying to print this recently using cura with spiralize contour and with 1 shell, i have had the issue with some of the curves not laying down right, and getting stretched across the gaps resulting in the vase not being watertight. do you have any tips for printing this? i'm using 3mm layers with clear PLA and going really slowly at 5mm/s

What program do you use to slice this model?

excellent work

Excuse the question, but what is the software that you used to make this file? I have seen that many users use the same software, and would like to acquire a good program for modeling.

No problem, as I explain in the description, this was done using a toolset I am building myself using c++, which at some point in the future will be released for everyone to play with :-)

Dunno if you still come around, but was this program ever released to be used?