Oddish Planter with Snap Together Legs!

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Oddish Planter with Snap Together Legs! by 3DCentralVA Nov 5, 2015

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Remixed version of dontbekoi's Oddish Planter!

Prints in five parts with snap together legs! Use a little bit of super glue to hold everything together! You can also draw the eyes on using a regular Sharpie.

Check out the build video by Andrew Sink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXiT0jxqZtI

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Having issues assembling this... is anyone else struggling?

I have no trouble. What printer do you use?

yes... even with super glue I'm not having success getting it to hold together.

yes... even with super glue I'm not having success getting it to hold together.

I'm having trouble printing the body portion.

I'm using a raft for the base, once the beginning of the curve up starts on the body, the outside of the circle appears to dry bent up. Then when the extruder makes another pass, it is hitting the curled up outside portion.

I've tried printing upside down and appear to have the same problem with the outside of the formed circle. The outside edge appears to be bending up and the extruder then keeps hitting it adding more layers.

Any tips? Thank you.

can you solve that? i have the same problem :(

Yep, it turned out to be a lot of incorrect settings on my part. Also, my cooling fan wasn't working, so it was a combo of not using supports and having it be WAY too hot.

1) use supports
2) turn extruder temperature down some
3) make sure your fan is working
4) I turned my extruder output material setting down some as well

Now I've made about 10 of these. :D


Hi, what's the plant in the photo?

Try printing it upside down

Did you use internal supports?

How much did it run you for?

Super cute! I have a plant waiting for a nice planter, thanks! :)