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Posted · Mrs Lorraine Lines

If the model allows it, you can set "Spiralize Outer Contour" in Cura under Special Modes. 

Then the model will be printed with one wall in "vase" mode.

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Posted · Mrs Lorraine Lines

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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