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Voronoi Spiral Centerpiece / Vase

by areynolds15 May 31, 2015
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Thanks for this vase it's awesome. Prints really well with brim and no support. I have made 2 now for my wedding. Tried to upload a pic but I can't seem to.

Would you mind sharing the printer configuration? (with or without support? infill %, layer height, temp, etc)

Thank you!

Wonderful design, I have printed a few of these. Thanks!

Awesome! Thanks for the compliment!

Just thought I'd let you know that I actually printed these as part of the centerpieces for my wedding in March! Fantastic design, thank you so much.

That's awesome!! Thanks so much I'm glad you liked them! By any chance do you have photos you can share of them? Feel free to send me a personal message!

Here is video I made talking about the LED light I used to make this 3D printed SPIRAL CENTERPIECE / VASE look even cooler!


I'll have to buy some more LED lights haha!

Definitely! Glad I could help!

This is awesome. Did you power the LED with an Arduino? I am looking to do a project like this and have an Arduino Uno. Was wondering if you could share the color changing code for the LED if you have it!

Hi there, the led light I used was from an old fish tank haha
I didn't use an arduino.

Love this printed 4 of them out for aunts and uncles and my grandma this vase is so cool love the design. Thanks for sharing

Awesome! I'm glad you liked it!

This is a very nice vase/centerpiece. Thank you for your work and artistic abilities. I have to go print this on my Flashforge right now!

Thanks for the compliment! Let me know how it turns out!

nice lamp ;-)
did you print it with support or no??

Thank you for the compliment! And to answer your question no this lamp does not need support material. However depending on your printer settings I would recommend slowing down the speed of the extruder to get the details

If you scale it up you may need support materials though. My print didn't fail, but it did have a few spots where it came close and has some pretty droopy filament. I scaled it to 25cm tall.