I´ve designed a planter for e.g. succulents, sempervivum,maybe strawberries with two top designs (round and swing) and two flat plant coaster.
Additional a variant with some spiral effect and the same with smaller diameter and two flat plant coaster to the small version.
It´s made for vase mode and therefore a good demonstrator, what a 3D printer can do in a short time period. No Infill, no supports.
The Planter Tower from the pictures(planter_round.stl) is printed on my stock CR-10 V2 with OWL Filaments PETG Dark Grey metallic with a 1,0mm Nozzle, 0,2mm height for the first layer and the than 0,5mm layer height (three bottom layer →1,2mm). The Nozzle temperature was 235°C, bed 90°C, retract 5mm with 45mm/s.
It took 3h40 for the print with 25mm/s and total height of 205mm! The bridges are around 57mm. It was sliced with Cura
I´ve created also a version for wall mount on a screw, but it´s currently not tested - but slicing worked and looked good. There are no holes in the model that you can add some by yourself or drill/melt some in where you need one. Screw diameter max. 4mm / head diameter max. 12mm / distance of the flat screw area around 10mm from the wall. I added a version with reduced height, so that you have more space at the top for your plants.
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