If you like this design, and wanted more, check out the stash pot version of it here..
Designed in Fusion 360
I wanted some planters I know I could sell in my local art galleries this coming holiday season, so I put in the leg work and designed my own.
Used my Tenlog Duel head printer to create one print of the top pieces. Just about any color combination should work.
Printed out the other pieces separately and glued them together, should be self explanatory. The mush bottom base part is a little goofy underneath when printed out. Cleaned it up with some minor sanding, besides who looks at the bottom of a planter?
The original design is rather large, don’t think I ever did print this at 100%
The Planters pictured are at 80% scaled down. I wouldn’t go too much further down without checking on the small eye centers in Cura, and seeing if they are going to print right for you. In fact I do suggest printing the eye centers at 1% or 2% smaller to make sure they will fit. Everything else came together perfectly.
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