A New Vase x9

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A New Vase x9 by BenitoSanduchi Dec 23, 2014
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Made a passel of new vases for gifting day distribution. All printed in Taulman t-glase on TAZ 4 with LulzBot Hexagon hot end.


Print with zero infill, no top layers, and the perimeter count of your choice. I sliced with Slic3r 1.7 with spiralize on.

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what kind of filament did you use in the irl picture. I'm dying to know

T-glase prints best with a larger nozzle. I was using a .5 nozzle on a Hexagon hotend. I don't have the Slic3r profile with me right now, but spiralize was turned on and it's got .48mm layers with the nozzle set to .60mm. Oh and the extrusion rate was at 160%! Temperature was 242C with the nozzle tip fan on full after the first layer.

There was no post-treatment to any of these. I have tried the XTC-3D stuff and it definitely ups the clarity, but works best if you can access both sides of a printed wall. It would be really tough to paint the inside of these vases.

The clarity is stunning? How'd you do it? Can you share your print profile? And did you use the XTC-3D treatment?

Are these post-treated?

Dude, nice quality! :-)

Really nice looking prints!