Hey! This thing is still a Work in Progress. Files, instructions, and other stuff might change!


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NonVase by rvdovic Sep 26, 2012
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Small experiment with Voronoi algorithm.


Scale height to your 3D printer. Original size is about 200mm, with wall thickness 3mm. Rostock 3D printer can go higher :).

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Very cool voronoi, I tried to make one, following the process in Meshlab (http://zheng3.wordpress.com/tag/maya/)http://zheng3.wordpress.com/ta..., but can't print it, even Netfabb can't read the stl file I've exported, could you give me some help ?

Very cool! What application(s) did you use for generating it?

SketchUp for main form, MeshLab for rest :)

Thanks for reminding me about I have to learn Meshlab! Powerful voodoo that stuff.