Leahs Rose Vase

A long while back Leah asked me to design and print her a vase that would look good even if it didn't have flowers in. After some nagging I eventually got around to it. Glad I did as it's been a fun project.

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Materials and methods

Update : 03/01/2016

I've added a 3D printed mold pattern for sand casting a lead weight to fir in the bottom of the water tube.

Also the water tube will require sealing with PVA or epoxy.

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The vase is designed to be printed without supports.

The vase in the video was printed in PLA , with 0.15mm layer heights.

To use the water tube, fill with water and then lower the vase over it... add follower :-)

With some flowers the vase is a bit top heavy. If so add some weight to the base of the tube.

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36797459b0c481b344859cac0aca7c63?default=blank&size=40oaevjen added this to the nice collection ago
5f5f9f02352be711b558249556c58ed9?default=blank&size=40Charo Sanchez added this to the casa collection ago
E069d9b5383dfb9adee9e1ef90dddfcc?default=blank&size=40Vernon Barry printed this ago
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Printed on:
Ultimaker - Ultimaker Original
Result:
Raise 3D N2 using their PLA and the default Ideamaker N2 "Speed" profile. ).2mm layer height, 2 shells, total time is 21 hours.
Feedback:
Thanks for such a wonderful design!!!
Mini 1 c smallSteve_J published this design ago