Source link : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2403922
Designed to fit the build volume of an Anet A8 (300x300x400). I print with different brands of white PLA. Make sure it's opaque.
The top lid and reservoir require some sort of infill near the bottom of the print to print properly. I only have Cura so I printed those entire pieces at 20%. I suggest also printing the modules at at least 20% eventhough they can be printed at 0%.
Vase Lid needs to be printed at 100% infill.
The only drawback is that each module kind of takes kind of a long time. I printing at 60mm which is about a 12-hour print. I'm thinking of experimenting with 80 mm and having the print time come down to approximately 10 hours.
Cura print settings to bring module print time down to approximately 4 hours with a .8 mm nozzle: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qmiy2Cj1yYg_9YLddNYTfAqFP19fIpyA/view?usp=sharing
For smaller printers that can not print the vase lid, user seBASTARD segmented the lid to fit a smaller build volume. Thanks! See link here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3093004
User @marclezen sent me his LED light holder compatible with the modular hydroponic system. Takes M6 screws and nuts. Support is needed on the curved LED holders.
Holes needed post printing
Drill 6 small holes on the inside of the top reservoir to allow for the nutrient solution to drip onto the net pots below.
Drill several holes on the inside of the cylindrical structure that sits in the middle of the top reservoir. This cylinder helps to prevent overflow in the case of a clog or excessive flow.
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