Julia Vase #001 - Aqua

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Julia Vase #001 - Aqua by virtox Aug 6, 2012


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Part of the Julia Vase collection:
Improved 2mm wall version, more detail, more challenge ;-)
In my haste I deleted the 3mm version, if anyone still needs that, let me know.


NEW VERSION : JuliaVase#001 - Aqua - 2mm.stl

Default size is about 12.5 x 11.5 x 12.5cm, with walls of 2mm.
Scale as needed.

Currently printing a Blue PLA version at 0.3 mm, only support column in the middle.

An optimized 1 mm Nylon version is available here:

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Vraiment magnifique. Bravo

I would like the solid version if possible? When I do a spiral print on them, if I use the 2mm one, I get an inner and an outer profile instead of just a single wall.

Thanks, these are BEAUTIFUL!

2nd! id love to be able to scale it up, but hard to do without a solid version. great design otherwise!

How i put the support, i mean what is the option on makerbot to put just the column support?

Can you upload a solid version?

Damn that's beautiful.

So I'm a bit new to 3d printing...but I'm going to attempt this with PLA. Im using Sailfish Replicator to print this on a FlashForge Creator Pro. What kind of support is needed for this to properly print? Do I need to full spider web of lattice supports for this to come out correctly?

Wow, impressive!
Please, let me ask, apart form your talent, what software do you use for modelling?

Any way it's soo beautiful, Congratulations !!

This is awesome ... only one support column? that's even more awesome.

This'd look even more awesome in a transparent material :o

Neat. Turned out pretty good even with my printing flaws... should really be a nice piece once I get some lighting set up for it. Thanks for the model!

Fantastici! complimenti!

I have to say that every vase you posted is really aesthetically fashinating

Thank you kindly :-)

Wooaah! That is awesome!!!! :-D