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Single thread Lissajous curve using (x, y, z) periods of 4, 3 and 5; shifted by 0, ?/2 and 0 respectively.
This actually prints really nicely and ...

Single thread Lissajous curve using (x, y, z) periods of 7, 3 and 10.
The curve prints okay, but the WSF material (as shown in the photos) is a bi...

Single thread Lissajous curve using (x, y, z) periods of 5, 4 and 3; shifted by 0, ?/2 and ?/2 respectively.
This actually prints really nicely an...

Single thread Lissajous curve using (x, y, z) periods of 3, 5 and 4; shifted by pi/2, pi and pi respectively.
This actually prints really nicely a...

Single thread Lissajous curve using (x, y, z) periods of 3, 5 and 2; shifted by pi, 1.1 * pi and 1.2 * pi respectively.
This actually prints reall...

Ring created using Functy. Constructed from 6 parametric curve threads each with a formula similar to the following:
(x, y, z) = (8.5*cos(a*(2*pi))...

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Ring created using Functy. Constructed from 6 parametric curve threads each with a formula of the following form:
x = (8.5+((1+A*cos(B*4*a*(2*pi)))...

Ring created using Functy. Constructed from 8 parametric curve threads each with a formula similar to the following:
(x, y, z) = ((8.5+((1-cos(8*a*...

This is a rather unusual model. It's constructed from three overlapping curves built using sines and cosines. However, the curves cross along only ...