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Vase

by CES Jul 27, 2013
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Can you post the empty one please
thanks

On a makerbot rep 2, go to advanced settings, and choose 0% infill and 0 thickness for roof layer.

I made this. It's nice. But I did not realize there was a "full version" so now I have a large vase thing that cant hold anything. Im going to repurpose as artwork! Great design though.

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Hello, love the vase. Wondering how could one print this thicker so it could be waterproof.

Printed it today at 75% size, 6 bottom layers. Nearly holds water but drips a lot. Going to try to use clear FlexSeal on the inside to seal it.

Hello

Awesome design! Can you post the empty one please?

Thank you!

Often called Vase Mode or similar.

can just print with 0 layer height for top

How? and won't the inside still be filled with hexagons?

just select 0% infill

ok, but that still leaves the issue of the top, how do you remove the top cover?

This all seems rather complicated for a vase, why can't we just get a better model with the interior hollowed out and the top cut off to begin with?

Lol what? Just set "top layers" to 0. This is how all vase files are.

Try slicing it on cura. Enable the spiraliced contour and it does it automatically. And it prints super fast

Im just start with 3Dprinting, can anyone send me the file with empty inside?

Sure where would you like me to send it? What kinda printer do you have?

OK, no worries, I did myself :) happy me :) I have CR-10

I finally got my bottom water tight with 3 layers. Printing my biggest vase yet at .3 or .4 layer height. Im going to do it at .1 next just to see how it does. How are your prints going? Do anything interesting yet?

Same here. Did you get the bottom water tight? If so how did you do it?