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Poison Flask with removable stopper

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Poison Flask with removable stopper by thanatos Jun 2, 2014
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This is a remix of Elymas's awesome poison phial gamepiece
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:304164
I removed the base and cork, and printed it with 0% infill and no top in my Slic3r settings to produce a hollow flask.
I found a skull and crossbones medallion here
http://www.123dapp.com/123D-3D-Model/Skull-and-Crossbone-Medallion/599882
and took the skull and crossbones mesh and merged it with a cork in Openscad to produce the cork stopper. Print it and remove the supports from the crossbones after printing. Enjoy

Instructions

To make the flask hollow follow these Slic3r settings:

Infill 0%
Perimeters 3

Horizontal Shells
Top 0
Bottom 3

I cannot speak for other slicing programs, but there should be similar settings in those to make hollow prints.

Print the stopper just as is with your favorite settings.

Remove the support from the crossbones with clippers or an Xacto blade.

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ALAS< The Vial is NOT, I repeat, NOT hollow!!! i started printing one and about half way through i realized that the interior was printing solid. I do not know what went wrong, but what ever you did to modify the previous vial did NOT make it hollow. Sorry.

You have to set your Slic3r parameters to the values that I state in the instructions. It is the same procedure that you use to print some of the stretchlet bracelets that are so popular like this one http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:13505http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...
If you look at that model you can see how they cause it to be hollow, I used the same technique.
Hope this helps

Stretchy Bracelet
by emmett

I love it! I've been trying to sit down and make it hollow, like robrook suggested, but work and school gets in the way. Looks like you beat me to it. I can't wait to print it off!

Outstanding! I really enjoyed the first, 'solid' poison vial, and suggested it be made with a removable stopper. It looks like you have succeeded, and have done a great job to boot! Congratulations. I will see how it prints out.

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