“The ‘Vomitus Necrothaceae’, colloquially known as the Vomiting Tree, or Tree of Death, is a rare and unusual tree that has perplexed botanists across the ages. It is a problematic specimen to study, as it will often devour the inquisitive botanist and vomit the remains in the form of a putrid green liquid. Its behaviour has led them to suspect that this tree has a demonic origin.”
3 different options are available, each with slight variations. It prints without supports.
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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.
Prints without Supports
.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)
Switch raft ON to help print bed adhesion
– July 24, 2018
Would love to see this without the vomiting aspect, just a really cool tree with skulls and such.
– July 25, 2018
Skull tree you say? That is a good suggestion
– March 8, 2020
Hey, I can only add one to my cart, but I want 3. Help.
– March 9, 2020
There is only 1 tree model
(verified owner) – July 16, 2020
Printing a vomiting tree is finally at the top of my print list. Are trees A, B and C different other than being mirrored for easier variety? I can see A and C are the same file size but B is a different file size.
(verified owner) – July 21, 2020
Yes the trees have slight variations.
(verified owner) – March 10, 2021
Do these really print without any supports on a resin printer? My slicer is showing 250+ islands that need supporting
– March 10, 2021
Hey Peacemaker. When we wrote the support suggestions for the vomiting tree, it was when Resin printers were prohibitively expensive, so people were only printing in FDM. You should always turn supports on when printing with resin, even if the older models say it is unnecessary. We will make an effort to re-evaluate some of those older support suggestions to bring them more in line with current printing.
(verified owner) – July 3, 2021
Hoping for a presupported variant to be released soon!
– July 5, 2021
Thanks for your suggestion. We will this on our list of possible model updates to be done. When it is you’ll receive an email with the pre-supported version.
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