I designed and 3D printed some interesting containers based on geometric shapes influenced by my interest in sacred geometry. The exploration of blending organic and inorganic shapes and empty space is at the heart of these pieces. As follows are some images of the process of creating these pieces.  CAD file support provided by my friend Aaron Porterfield.

Step 1: Design and 3D Print "containers"

I created little “buckets” based on some sacred geometry shapes I like and printed them 3-4” wide and 2” tall. The printer I used was a Stratasys 500 on fast print (60 micron resolution) using Vero Clear compound. Attached are the STL files - enjoy :)
<p>Best of the Best</p>
<p>Nice share..</p>
I have added the STL files so you may print and play with these designs :)

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