"Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

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"Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by JuliaDee » Thu Jun 14, 2012 3:08 am

As far as I know I'm the only person so far to attempt this model on a "hobby" printer. It took 40 hours, but the Up! performed like a champ!

http://www.thingiverse.com/derivative:30735
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Re: "Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by josejuako » Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:26 am

Nice work JuliaDee and a very beuttyfull color .

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Re: "Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by wilsonj » Thu Jun 14, 2012 11:50 am

Wow Julia, well done. 50 hours is insane!! I'd want a UPS to attempt that one.
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Re: "Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by araspitfire » Thu Jun 14, 2012 2:18 pm

That is pretty...

Can you tell us a bit more?... how much support stripping did you have to do? Was it difficult in such small spaces?

What plastic, and UP! settings?

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Re: "Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by JuliaDee » Thu Jun 14, 2012 4:15 pm

Thanks! Here are the settings I used:

Z resolution: 0.2mm
Mode: Fine
Raft: defaults
Bed: perfboard

Part
Part Angle: 45 deg
Surface: 4 layer
Fill: solid (I think)

Support
Dense: 2 layers
Space: 10 lines
Area: 15 mm2
Angle: 30 deg
Stable Support: No

Material: Octave Systems orange (normal, not day-glo) ABS

I think if I had it to do over again I'd use even less support (bigger spacing, bigger min area, smaller angle) just to speed up the print time. Specifying a 4-layer surface surely made print time longer but I wanted the part to be "hefty", and it is.

My Up! is a very recent model and unmodified. I had tried Drew's fan duct but went back to the stock one because I had some non-laminating layer problems when printing some very small parts. Not sure if it was due to the added airflow or not but for the moment I'm running the stock duct.

Support removal wasn't hard at all - most of it pulled right off with needlenose. The insides of the tubes popped right out cleanly with a dental pick. The only problematic area was the very small space between a couple of the "flower" petals on each side; those required a bit of exacto work.

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Re: "Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by TTT험ทดสอบ » Sun Jun 17, 2012 3:30 pm

Nice design! Like it.

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Re: "Fractal Blast Vase" by Dizingof

Post by pp3dp.nl » Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:31 pm

Hello, I decided to try some Dizingof for myself thanks to Julia Dee. Here is a picture of the Mud Vase, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24148

Not too hard to print but looks nice. I believe it was printed with 0.25 mm and it's about 12 centimeters tall. I will try more models, greetings all!
Mud Vase Dizingof.jpg

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