Weekly cup nr1

by joris, published

Weekly cup nr1 by joris Jan 8, 2013

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New Year new intentions...! This year i will upload a new cup every week. This is number one...! Done in Blender, which was quite difficult for me to figure out how to get this pattern on the cup. The trick is displacement mappings and a lot of persistence, but then you can create the most beautiful objects.


Download, slice and print. This one was sliced with cura with "joris" activated in the expert settings at a pretty low resolution 0,25mm layer height. 1MM outer wall, 0,8mm nozzle, 1,2mm bottom thickness, no top.
print time: 23 minutes, 52 seconds

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Following your instruction settings made in pla wood rescale it little big look fantastic .
Thanks for a beautiful simple design

I don't see a shelled version in stl - am I missing something?

there is no shelled version from this design
In the slicer [in my case Cura] I set the infill on 0 and 'no top'

cheers / joris

How i do remove the Cap ? There is any option to tell that this is an open vase?

how did you print that in 23 minutes? must be an insane speed setting? I use ultimaker with marlin but I don't see how i could get below 45min or something like this.

For most of my designs I use a bigger nozzle [0.8mm] and a radial fan to cool the material a bit faster...

ah I did not see the 0.8mm, so thats why :)

Looking good indeed, good work.

and netfabb cannot repair it...?! i don't remember I had troubles with slicing...

Yes netfabb repaired the error but not the defect in the pattern.

I did indeed a test with a signature, but didn't like it as well... [didn't know i uploaded that version...] in the bottom is nice, but thats not a good spot for a watermark since you can cut it off very easily [the people who don't want to give credits...].

I will upload a new one, without the logo or the logo on the bottom...

Really nice! Looking forward to your weekly designs!