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Nerys Vase

by Nerys Jul 25, 2018
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That is filamentum vertigo Gray absolutely stunning filament

Link below it's not cheap but it's worth it I printed that with a 1.2 millimeter nozzle and a layer height of 0.2 millimeters except process printing the first three layers at 0.6 mm layer height

Speed was 30 mm per second at a temperature of 235 Celsius when you print with a very wide mouth like this you need to print much hotter sometimes you have to lower to 230 Celsius sometimes you have to raise it to 240 Celsius if you hear bubbling drop the temperature back 5 degrees it's a little too hot

The result though is stunning vertigo Gray is one of my all-time favorite filament it's just so beautiful and the results so smooth it almost looks holographic

https://amzn.to/2mJXsHZ

What brand of filament is the speckled silver one? What temp did you print it at? Do you have a vendor link for it so that I can support you?

I use only concentric mode on first layer and then grid pattern, because i have been unfortunate with vases not being water prof with multi layers in concentric mode.

This cost an extra process in s3d.
In cura it is just an extra combobox Botton Pattern Initial Layer

I used concentric for the visual appeal (it looks nice) either way is not water tight. the slicer can't fill in the micro gaps at the ends of lines of filament because of how large the nozzle is. at 0.4mm no problem its water tight but at 1.2mm nozzle size I have not yet sliced is to its water tight (only the bottom) so I will just drop a wee bit of resin in the bottom to seal it up.

Exactly why i change the layer pattern after first layer to Rectilinar. :-)