Customizable PolyBowl - with OpenSCAD video walkthrough

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Customizable PolyBowl - with OpenSCAD video walkthrough by mathgrrl Aug 28, 2015
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Choose your favorite polygon and set size, height, twist, and flare to make a simple bowl or cup. Click "Open in Customizer" to get started.

This is a really simple model that I used as the basis for an OpenSCAD walkthrough video. It's easier than you think to design with code, even if you've never written code before! Check out the video:


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Thanks for this great tutorial! I just remixed my version of this bowl into a planter; very straightforward tutorial.

Go, mathgrrl!! What a teach!

I agree, that video is packed with non-stop awesomeness. It's a perfect primer for people to see how great openSCAD is and hopefully inspire them to dig deeper and learn more.

As usual, you rule!!!

That was a really awesome openSCAD walkthrough/tutorial. You should make more!

It is inspiring me to make some stuff in that space :)