This is a test you can print out to place in your method of Acetone Vapor forming to make an object be shiny and look more injection molded rather than that stepped line effect. Vapor forming can make your objects stronger once it has rested for a while too!
I've designed this to not need supports or a raft.
I printed this at 100% infill at 45mm X, and it was a 1hour 45min print at .25mm layer height - not bad.
If you are using Simplify3D, I've been testing it with a scale of 2405.75% and 23.5mm Z Offset.
When slicing this to print, be sure to re-position the base and move it down a tad so it is flat at the bottom. When it's a high infill, warping is less of a worry. People with enclosures, ignore my tips here and print however you want it!
Above all, just make sure that base is solid.
Do the acetone vapor forming thing! Either in a tin can on your heat bed for a bit, outside with rags in a jar, or in a slow cooker (disclaimer: Acetone is dangerous and please watch a guide on how to do it propery), and figure out what method works best for you. Please post images if you get it to work!
I used Oculus Medium to place down four 20mm cubes...
... and then added detail to each one of them to test a different style of printing - slopes, detailed cracks and basic overhangs. Medium made it pretty awesome and quick to iterate on ideas.