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PrintPot! A cool 'meshed'-up flower pot!

by VanAllesWat, published

PrintPot! A cool 'meshed'-up flower pot! by VanAllesWat May 4, 2013

Description

This is a flower pot.

Printed with a slight color shift along the print.

The material comes from colorFabb.

We printed the flower pot with a modified 1,0 mm nozzle on an UltiMaker.

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in slicer, you will set Top layers=0 and get what you need
if you use the 0%infill technique then wouldn't it have a top? or did you stop the print before it made the ceiling?
It's made from the scrap bits of material that occur when a filament manufacturer switches the color while creating filament. These lengths of filament are usually thrown away but we wanted to create something cool with it.

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Instructions

Print it using the 0% infill technique. The walls on the model in the pictures is around 2 mm.

Scale the model to your desire.

Put plant in pot.

Put it in sun.

Sit next to it.

Talk to it on a regular basis.

Read books.

<p>if you use the 0%infill technique then wouldn't it have a top? or did you stop the print before it made the ceiling?</p>

<p>in slicer, you will set Top layers=0 and get what you need</p>

<p>It's made from the scrap bits of material that occur when a filament manufacturer switches the color while creating filament. These lengths of filament are usually thrown away but we wanted to create something cool with it.</p>

<p>Is that color effect swapping out filaments, or an actual paint job?</p>

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