This wavy dish was generated by thickening a mathematical surface (send me a message if you think you know what its function is! Hint: notice that the dish is completely flat along the x axis and y axis; its value along these axes is 0).
Perfect for holding small parts while building something or as a vessel for small pieces of jewelry. I think the clean, mathematical curves give this model a simple elegance.
Using a 0.5 mm nozzle and 0.25 mm resolution, this print took slightly less than 4 hours. The "legs" of the dish require good overhand settings. Scalable to any size.
Hey! Welcome to my page. I'm a full-time college student who designs models for 3D printing in my spare time. My work focuses on taking advantage of the unique aspects of the additive manufacturing process to create functional objects. Mostly, this means that I design usable models of things to which people otherwise might not have easy access (or that I think would benefit from a touch of maker-ness). Take a look at my objects! I hope you like them :)
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