This flower vase, with multiple ridges around and an interesting bend in the middle, can be printed in spiral vase mode or spiralize outer contour in ...cura. Or, print in normal mode, uncheck spiralize outer contour, set top layers to 0. Set infill to 0%. Bottom layers set to 3 or more. Set walls to1 or 2, or more, for a more sturdy vase. Can be scaled to fit your needs. The vase in the photo shows vase not scaled at 100% at 86mm wide and 170mm tall. It has not been tested for being watertight. It is for decorative purposes. If you make it, please post a photo, I'd like to see your print!
(Notes are below....;)
3d model print parameters
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Check your slicer's view, make sure you are printing a hollow vase with a bottom. The stl file is solid. Use 0 top layers, 0% infill if not printing in vase mode. I used a wall line width of .8 and layer height of .2 other heights might work, I haven't tried them. The print should take approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes using vase mode.
...Designed using Fusion 360...