Nautilus Gear Vases

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Nautilus Gear Vases by sphynx Dec 31, 2012
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A vase based on the Nautilus gears. Print a pair of vases, and they also work as gears.


I had problems with the original Nautilus Gear.DXF file, so I created a simplified version that seems to work just as well for this application.

I will upload the CAD files as soon as I get a chance.

Print with 0.4 wall and no top.

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These are really cool! Could you please link these as a remix of the Nautilus Gears?

Sorry - I thought I had linked them. I'll fix it.

Thanks! I really like the twisty ones you made.

You should make a common base with some pegs so they can rotate.

Totally agree. I am thinking about a magnetic base.