A simple text plant pot with the English word “NATURE”. It is ideal for moss growing as well as a small plant. Here, e.g. a small shrub as a tree.
Due to a printer problem (fan failure), the quality of the two objects shown is very poor. Printed with black PLA, white sprayed and planted.
Support recommended: Yes
An improved model version (1.1.) offers a little more space (in A and UR) for the plants than in the version 1.0., which can be seen in the photos. Both model versions of this NATURE-Planter (v1.0. and v1.1.) are available here as free download: https://gravityshapes.com/en/design/nature-pflanzentopf/
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2331340
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