Planter Foot Shaped Flower Pot
by DrGlassDPM, published
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In anatomy terms: the bottom of the foot is referred to as "plantar". The inspiration practically dictates itself.
Behold, the first plantar planter! This podiatric flower pot design is simply a foot in a sandal, which sits in a dish. Everyone needs a plant in their life; one that resides in a container with drainage holes and a catch dish for cleanliness. This thing is a modified derivative of the Skin Layer from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:22628
This design is a flower pot or a botanical planter shaped like a foot. I included the foot, sandal, and dish as a separate files (for dualstrusion). The ridges of the sandal slot into the grooves of the dish to offer some stability.
I've also included the Low Polygon version, LowPoly-PlantarFoot.lwo, for Lightwave 3D users out there who want to tinker.
For Single Extrusion Print: Dish.stl & Combined.stl
For Duel Extrusion (Dualstrusion) Print: Dish.stl, Foot.stl & Sandal.stl (separate nozzles)
For Tinkering: PF-LowPoly.lwo for Lightwavers who want to take it into their own direction. Have Fun!
Bonus Points Print in PLA for Biodegradable Greenish-ness
For Single Strusion Print:
For Duel Strusion Print:
-Foot & Sandal (separate nozzles)
I've included the LowPoly-PlantarFoot.lwo for Lightwave 3D users out there, who want to take it into their own direction. Have Fun!
Print in PLA for Biodegradable Greenish-ness
Planter Foot Shaped Flower Pot by DrGlassDPM is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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