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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