Morph Shell Necklace

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Morph Shell Necklace by qvist Sep 22, 2014


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A fun necklace design I did a while back, while messing around with fibonacci spirals in Blender. There's the pendant itself (front and back), a connecting device for hanging the pendant from a chain or string, and a magnetic locking mechanism. The lock fits standard buckyball magnets. You can just squeeze them in there and glue the ends of your string inside the other end, and presto, a nice necklace lock!

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I wonder if you have slicer settings suggestions for this model? I have tried different settings but still not happy with the results.

Can't remember the exact details when I printed the one in the photo, but the general idea was go really slow, lot's of cooling and .1mm layer height :)

have you made this whit support ?
i have tyred whitout support is not possibel i belive

The one pictured here is printed without support. I tried a few different things with this one, but I actually found that it printed best without supports, because the standard supports were pretty hard to remove afterwards. I can't remember the exact settings, but it was pretty low speed (around 40mm/s) and with a powerful filament cooling fan.