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Print these three, pour plaster into them (after soaping) and you have a cone slip casting mold. Part 2 has a separate upper to enable printing it upright without support structure (producing a much higher quality surface). Hold that top cap on with a rubber band to cast. The separate cap also makes it easier to extract the plaster mold after set. If you would like this 3D file in Fusion 360 format, it is available in the Files manager in your Insight-live.com account.
Fusion 360 Drawings
These are available for download in your Insight-live account (it must be current). Fusion 360 is our chosen 3D solid modelling software as of 2021. To produce these files we export them in F3D format.