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Thank you for reaching out. I have credited your original work. Thanks for sharing your grasshopper patches-- the work is wonderful and inspiring.
Design System for Ikebana-inspired Vase SetView Instructable »
QLONE - https://www.qlone.pro/The premium upgrade costs $30 and is required to download meshes, but you can test it out and generate GIFS for free.
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I really like the table design and appreciate that you experimented with using two different parts to compose the table. The animations are a great way to show the scale of the models-- nicely done!
Mert, it was your mentioning tree support that brought it to my attention, so thank you!
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Thanks for diligently documenting your exploration, including obstacles! I'm beginning to struggle with build-plate adhesion myself.I'm curious if your application of hand-sanitizer may have stripped away part of the build plate surface material that helps the PLA to stick to it?
Hey Mert, thanks for sharing about your experience using pronterface.Did you just connect to the Ender 3 via usb? Are you aware of any way to send messages through pronterface-- with OSC for example? I'm interested in the potential for real-time control.
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Performative potential of rhino+gh is very cool to think about!Performance of the system results in geometry that can be fabricated. Dig dig dig it.
Tiny bowls: posted! Thanks for the suggestion!
Thanks Sonia. I was surprised by how effective it was to start with a tracing. The concept of the oyster was able to "speak" clearly once that original curve was traced.
Nice interpretation, Jungah!Weidi, this is a very cool form. I hope to see a photo of the print after your filament arrives!
Love the stacking form! The printed version, after your adjustments in Cura, reminds me of a sugar bowl lid. I would like to compose with a box of these stackers!
Sam, your modular approach is very cool! One benefit of this approach is that I imagine the prints are significantly faster.Was this your experience? Do you have an army of spiders/viruses now?Was there a trial-and-error approach with the legs, or did they just work the first time?
Thanks! I just added images of the printed ring holder.
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