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Schwartz D Sphere, small 3d printed Schwartz D 8 cell sphere
Schwartz D 8 cell sphere
Schwartz D Sphere, small 3d printed Schwartz D 8 cell sphere
Schwartz D Sphere, small 3d printed Schwartz D 8 cell sphere

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Schwartz D Sphere, small

  • 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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The Schwartz 'D' surface is another triply periodic minimal surface like the gyroid.. In this model, the bound is a sphere of radius 1.5 Pi . Like the gyroid, this surface also appears in nature, frequently in oil/water surfaces where the oil separates the water into two domains at the microscopic level. The equation for the surface is: Sin [x] Sin[ y] Sin[ z] + Sin[ x] Cos[ y] Cos[ z] + Cos[ x] Sin[ y] Cos[ z] + Cos[ x] Cos[ y] Sin[ z] = 0. This is a trig approximation to the truly minimal surface, which has a more complex equation.
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Schwartz D Sphere, small
Schwartz D 8 cell sphere
White Strong & Flexible
4.6 cm
4.6 cm
4.6 cm

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