Customizable Stem holder for plant propagation in a glass #3DThursday #3DPrinting

alexandr_mucha shares:

You can use this model if you want to propagate the plant in a glass of water and at the same time keep it upright. You simply fold this holder from only the 3 printed parts that fit together perfectly.

To save materials, this holder uses any round glass as a container. The size of the glass and the stem can be adjusted very easily and quickly in a few clicks

The whole holder works by inserting the cut part of the plant stem between the 2 semicircles (caps) which are clicked in the main part of the holder, which is attached to the glass. After the roots have grown on the stem, just remove the 2 caps and plant the plant in the desired place. The entire holder can be reused.

download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5367475


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