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Tiki Planter

by MacGyver, published

Tiki Planter by MacGyver Dec 11, 2012
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The original had some holes and a pipe I didn't like so I fixed the holes (hopefully all of them) and removed the pipe.

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Scale to whatever size you like then Print plant enjoy.

Note: there is a drain hole in the back in the appropriate spot ;)

Also note that if you print it half size do it with 0 extra shells so you don't have that hollow wall problem.

If you can do better use the link before and show us how:
This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/k8ufALCcC8o

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Tiki Planter by MacGyver is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Well I guess it's my turn to have my stuff stolen and sold on ebay.

I am printing one now at 75% and I've already done one at 50% to see what it actually looks like. I'm still new to this, so I don't know how to make alterations yet. I'm wondering if anybody knows how to add a screen inside over the small hole in the back. I'm imagining a kind of thin bubble shape on the inside over the hole, with numerous holes in it - probably the same size holes as the one that's already in it. This would eliminate the need to put rocks in the bottom to prevent the single hole from clogging up over time.
Thanks,
Jon

Since the original guy modeled it in Tinkercad I imagine you could just click the link I put in the instructions and modify it anyway you like. However, since Tinkercad has moved to a pay model I don't know how that is going going to work.

Ewwww I like I like. :)

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