Submitted by Martin Žampach, they are beautiful 3D-printed vases with intriguing pattern. Each vase has been designed specifically for 3D printing, therefore, it uses full potential of FDM (FFF) technology without help for any support structure. The material used here is Polyactic Acid (PLA), a biopolymer made from renewable sources. The design has been carefully thought of to make sure it is optimized for fast and efficient printing.
Žampach says that ZigZag 3D-Printed Vases collection is the result of a long-term study of 3D printing technologies. The visual disadvantage of FDC technology can be used as an aesthetic element. This vase series consists of four different shapes where each one can be printed in almost any color and size. Each vase contains a glass tube for easily cleaning and packed in a fine cardboard box, including a signed certificate of authenticity.
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