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for a vase in Spiralize mode,  I like to use a bigger nozzle like 0.6 or 0.8. you can also set the linewidth even higher. f.e. you can print with a 1 mm linewidth using the 0.8 nozzle to get a nice sturdy wall. Set the printing temperature a bit higher if you do this.  Setting flow a bit higher can help getting your vase watertight. In the unlucky event your vase did not turn out watertight just coat it on he inside with some PVC glue.

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