## A math vase of degree 3 without bottom

A math vase of degree 3 without bottom. It has been created by rotating a graph of a polynomial of degree 3 about an axis.

A math vase of degree 3 without bottom. It has been created by rotating a graph of a polynomial of degree 3 about an axis.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-30T09:05:28+00:00
algebraic surface of revolution, all, cubic surfaces, strong and flexible, surface of revolution|

A math vase of degree 3. It has been creating by rotating a graph of a polynomial of degree 3 about an axis.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-30T09:05:07+00:00
algebraic surface of revolution, all, cubic surfaces, strong and flexible, surface of revolution|

Cubic surfaces are a math model classic from the 19th century. We provide one of our favourite examples (cubic surface KM 42) in the form of a pendant.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-27T09:38:30+00:00
all, cubic surfaces, for art lovers, for mathematicians, for teachers, Ludwig Schläfli, pendants, precious metal, precious plated metal, singularities|

The sculpture we present here is a 3D-printed modern object consisting of the 27 lines only, and a thin part of the surface as a border.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-27T09:14:04+00:00
Alfred Clebsch, all, Clebsch Diagonal Surface, strong and flexible|

This visualizes a 1-parameter family of cubic functions or a 3d graph of a function in one variable in a 3d-coordinate system.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-30T09:01:05+00:00
3d-graph, all, cubic surfaces, exhibit "3d print studio" (2017-2018, at Cuyperhuis, Netherlands), strong and flexible|

The complete series of 45 types of cubic surfaces with only finitely many singularities and lines. We provide links to put a complete set of several cubic surface models into your shopping cart.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-27T10:17:22+00:00
45 cubics series II (cylinder cut), all, cubic surfaces, Ludwig Schläfli, strong and flexible|

Oliver Labs
2017-03-27T10:16:33+00:00
45 cubics series I (ball cut), all, cubic surfaces, exhibit "Forms and Formulas" (2012-2016, Lisbon), Ludwig Schläfli, strong and flexible|

This version of Clebsch's famous diagonal surface model features colored lines. One intersects the surfaces in a line and a hyperbola, the another one in three lines.

Oliver Labs
2017-03-27T09:15:45+00:00
Alfred Clebsch, all, Carl Rodenberg, Clebsch Diagonal Surface, for mathematicians, Ludwig Schläfli, multiple color sandstone|

Cubic surfaces are classics from the 19th century. This particular cubic is smooth and has tetrahedral symmetry. All 27 lines are real, but only 24 are visible in the model because 3 are infinitly far away.

In the 19th century, Olaus Henrici constructed a model of a quite symmetric cubic surface. This is a modern variant of it, allowing also to look "inside" of it from the bottom.

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