Since I use 3D printer quite often to make prototype models, people always ask me why don't I make real products with this machine. It would be possible if my printer was a high-end one, but the low end machine I casually use in my studio isn't able to provide enough quality.
I came up to the idea to use this an advantage, and the unfinished vase was born. You can pour water and stick a brush for cleaning in the unfinished part of the vase.
The 3D printer I used to create Unfinished Vases builds them by stacking material a bit by bit from the bottom. Then I insert the glass plate/cup during the process of this stacking job. The vase is complete when the flower inlet has been built. After several trial and errors, I decided to warm the glass plate up before I insert is so that the material does not become deformed during the process. not to make the material deformed in the process.
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