I hate to be that guy: but, it's off-putting that you ask for the community's help and then try to 'mansplain' how something works, when you can't get that thing to work. Anyway, sugar catches more flies than vinegar. But I for one have never used vase mode so I'm happy to help because its a learning moment for me.SPEED wrote: ↑Tue Sep 10, 2019 4:41 pmLike i said i am not an idiot.horst.w wrote: ↑Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:41 am
You are sure?
How do you assume my model is not printable ?
It will be, but not as a hollow body with a definide wall width. Your model has 2 walls, an outer and an inner one. How you want to print it with onle one perimeter?
Sir, you havn't understood anything! Go back to Cura, they have more and good automatism than S3D. Here you must invest more than pressing a knob.
You are the one who hasn't understand anything.
It doesn't matter how many perimeters your model has corkscrew will always print it with one perimeter. That's it's function.
It's just sad that people so ignorant on 3dprinting try to teach others.
I looked at your files (20 top and bottom solid layers???) and was unable to get vase mode to work properly on your model. I loaded up SolidWorks and did some similar parts, all were 20 x 20 x 40 mm with 2 mm filleted corners
- as a solid block printed in your .factory settings, this slices correctly with 20 bottom layers, X number of layers in vase mode, 20 top layers.
- as a block with a Shell feature on the top (wall spacing 0.4 ~ 2.0 mm thick) I could not get it to slice all but the bottom layer for some reason. 0.4, 0.48, 2.0 mm were tried.
So I went to thingiverse and pulled the most popular vase model out there: the twisted 6-sided vase basic. Sure enough: that model is a solid, closed volume, that when printed in your settings prints 20 solid layers, X number of vase layers, and 20 top layers. Removing the 20 top layers, it prints in vase mode after the first 20 layers and completes with an open top.
Hope that helps; vase mode appears to work only for layers that have a single island which is a solid profile, for which it only prints on the perimeter of that profile. In your case your per layer profile is an "O" shape, with an inner and outer perimeter, the slicer doesn't seem to like handling this, instead it makes toolpaths for both the inner and outer perimeter (which requires it to print both perimeters every layer, which it cannot do in corkscrew, so it prints under normal conditions), it doesn't matter if the wall thickness of that O is 2x your nozzle size or more, it's still going to only slice the inner and outer perimeter, afaik.
tl;dr - your model was the problem, it was the first issue brought up to you, and you treated the people like crap that pointed it out to you. They deserve an apology. re-model your part as a solid rather than a hollow tube and it will vase print nicely.