Flower in Vase

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Flower in Vase by Andr0id Feb 18, 2011
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Ok, I first started out seeing if my Thing-O-Matic could print Tony Cervantes's flower http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5883 . To my surprise, it did. So I modified it a little to add a base to the flower so that I could attach a stem, and then created a vase to put it in. Yes, the vase printed to my surprise also!


Print Flower, Flower_vase, and stem. Glue the stem into the flower base via acetone or your favorite glue. I decided not to create a hard and fast hole in the vase but an area that you can drill the size hole you want as you may want just the vase for something else. Once you drill a hole place the stem into the hole and glue.

The scale of the flower and vase may need to be adjusted to your requirements.

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Anyone else get this message when trying to print the flower? Warning: The input file contains a hole near edge 23.457749,14.694484,1.543243-23.404534,15.098644,1.543243 (not manifold). You might want to repair it and retry, or to check the resulting G-code before printing anyway. Using Slic3r v.9.10b. The resultant gcode does not seem to have the bottom (with the rectangle whole for the stem)!

Did you ever figure this issue out? I am experiencing the same.

Sorry some of you are having problems. I guess my now outdated thing-o-matic and replicatorG v034 and anything older works ok, but the new hardware/software just doesn't like it. If I had the finds I would get up to date on things and start pushing out new items, I have lots of ideas. So if you know anyone that want to buy a Thing-O-Matic let me know. Lol

Yep, not getting anywhere with the flower.stl file. Doesn't render in OpenSCAD either :(

Just to make sure I downloaded it and opened it with replicatorG V034 with no issues. I have no funds and am still stuck with the Thing-O-Matic but it does work just fine for me... sorry you are having issues..

I got both the flower and vase to print beautifully but every time I go to print the stem the Replicator 2 makes a motion to start the build but once it centers it quits. The file is only 970 bites which sounds small. Any help would be greatly appreciated. My students are wild about building a garden!

Ah, the file you have for the stem is corrupt. it should be 24.7KB try
and get it again from http://www.thingiverse.com/download:20043http://www.thingiverse.com/dow...

Hope that works for you. Have fun..


info: nail polish remover, pure acetone, works great as glue.

looks great thanks for posting it. :)