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Propeller vase

Propeller vase

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    2014/08/17

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    2014/08/17

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    2014/08/17

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X120

Hey James! Thanks again. Yeah we mainly used autodesk 123D on the 3d ceilings. The larger more intricate ceiling was designed by my buddy (and fusion360 follower) Mark Leonard. We have since moved on to using more of fusion360. We basically just discovered t-splines recently! We are working on some cool projects I hope we can share with everyone soon.

And yes the ceilings are entirely 3dprinted with the exception of the borders on the Arabic ceiling which were CNC'd but still modeled using 123D. Here is some more info!

http://m.imgur.com/a/s7F1A
http://m.imgur.com/a/uYc3k

over 5 years ago
User_x176

Just followed you on instagram, you have made some really amazing prints and designs. I hope you're finding Fusion easy and useful to get this work done as well. Let us know anything that you see as a possible improvement in the workflow.

Do you know what these guys (http://aztecscenicdesign.com/) are using to create the designs for their 3d printed ceilings? Even if it isn't Fusion 360 (I mean, it should be, but one never knows.... :) ) it is pretty amazing. It isn't all 3D printed is it??

I'm going to have to work on my T-Spline'ing and modification skills, you make it sound pretty easy and mine certainly don't turn out like this. Keep up the great work and please keep sharing!

over 5 years ago
X120

Hey James! Thanks for the kind words. I wish all my prints came out great on the first try!!! I've been 3d printing since around march of this year. I have a makerfarm Prusa i3. I've been involved in some pretty crazy projects over the last few months. I've had the honor of doing some amazing work with these guys http://aztecscenicdesign.com/. Check out some of the 3d printed ceilings if you get a chance.

As far as these models I posted... they are really just from me playing around with some of the features. Trying to learn!! I just discovered fusion about a month ago. I did a lot of work in 123d design before this. So far I've been using a lot of "pattern" command and "revolve".
Basically just create a t-spline plane. "Thicken" it.
shape it the way you want.. dont worry about the profile of the vase just yet.
Then pattern copy it around the center axis.
now you have a basic shape. You can enter side view, draw a profile using sketch. Revolve that profile "intersect enabled" and you'll be left with a vase!
To make the center part of the vase there are many different ways... once you have it made just place it in the center of your vase and combine the bodies.

A lot of steps are left out, but that's the general idea. Maybe I can do a video or something sometime. I would like to play around with the screencast program!

You can check out some other stuff I did on my instagram. WWW.Instagram.com/immersedn3d

And If anyone in Orlando, FL. needs a 3d modeler/printer. .. ;)

over 5 years ago
User_x176

Hey James. You are making some really cool designs on here lately! This, the twisted vase, the shell... they are all really cool looking and seem to have some intricate details in there as well. Could you give me a little bit of detail on the steps that go into making something like this? I feel like you must be revolving, sweeping, following splines...something, but I'm not sure what the method is. Also, I'm a novice printer at best, so I'm curious about how successful you have been? They all look great, but did you have to fail a few times before you got the print you wanted?

over 5 years ago
X120
James Alday
Florida, United States of America

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