October 22, 2015 AT 1:30 pm

Evil Face Planter! #3DPrinting #3DThursday


Revisiting an old design Noe put together in Tinkercad. Actually, one of his first designs for 3D Printing! This was exported out of Tinkercad and imported into Autodesk MeshMixer, then a 1.5mm shell was applied to hollow out the shape. Using a panel cut, the top was opened to fit plants, goodies, tools or whatever you want. This was printed in ColorFabb’s wooden filmanet, CorkFill on a Flashforge Creator Pro. Enjoy!

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