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

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

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Summary

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.

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.

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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?

in slicer, you will set Top layers=0 and get what you need

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.

Is that color effect swapping out filaments, or an actual paint job?

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