Isn’t 3D printed math art beautiful? When a mathematical equation is rendered in 3D and then 3D printed, patterns and forms emerge, reminiscent of images found in nature. Hold something like this in your hands, and a new appreciation for math can be found.
This was printed in ABS at 0.15mm layer height, then treated with acetone vapor to give it a smooth finish.
A time-lapse video of the print can be found here.