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Flower Pot

by tc_fea, published

Flower Pot by tc_fea Apr 28, 2011
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This flower pot, stem and flower is the result of ideas from multiple people.

Android came up with the concept and parts to turn my flower (thing:5883) into a complete system. See flower, stem and vase thing:6504. Android added a base to the flower so that a stem could be added and the parts list calls for his flower.

I used tbuser's beautiful pink flower and green stem colors shown in his copy of thing:5883.

Instructions

  1. print the flower and flower pot
  2. snip a 75 mm or 3" long piece of green abs filament
  3. if necessary drill 7/64 in or 3 mm holes in flower and flower pot to clean up the holes.
  4. glue it all together using acetone (nail polish remover).

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It would be nice to have a version of this with a 1.75mm hole for those of using the smaller filament. O:-)

Nice print. Let me look into a smaller hole. I now am now using 1.75 mm also.

I haven't printed the flower yet so I'm assuming it has a larger hole in the bottom of it too? As soon as I print this I'll be sure to post a photo of it on this page.

Thanks, I really like how it came out.

I forgot to mention - the flower I printed didn't have a hole and I had to use a 1/8th inch drill bit to get the filament in. (The hole I first made at 7/64th inch was too snug.) For adhesive I used some plastic model glue.

Oh, and to finish the package I extracted some liquid from an air freshen
er and placed it in the flower cup, haha. :)

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