Droplet Vase

by vcrettenand, published

Droplet Vase by vcrettenand Sep 20, 2012



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Is it suppose to have a hole at the bottom, mine did.

This looks like a work of art. Unfortunately by using Photoshop the creator has created a false impression of what is possible with printing. This type of thing is difficult to moderate but should not be tolerated as makers try to get the same and then think that they have failed or that there is something wrong with their print settings.

The above is made worse by the false illusion of it being larger than it really is.


Help - the bottom printed in PLA,- seems to raise itself?

Will try to re-make this great design with a small foot.

I like this. Then I could print it in diferent colors, to color up my home.

I wonder if the real thing could be made that smooth using acetone polishing techniques. I'm tempted to build an acetone vapor chamber just to try that out...

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Nice design. Thanks for sharing the solidworks file!

I like your design! I printed it big!

No way! how did you get this thing so smooth?

The image he posted with it is a render, I think

Yup, with Photoshop 360