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Oddish Planter

by ustkl, published

Oddish Planter by ustkl Jan 5, 2017

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Summary

My custom version of Oddish Planter.

Get reference from the original design.
Re-model and adjust shape and size
Add bottom plate.

Print Settings

Printer:

Phineas 3DP http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1416635

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.3

Infill:

20

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Beautiful. A smoother version would be even better.

Aug 4, 2017 - Modified Aug 4, 2017

Hi there. I'm having some troubles with this desing. In the bottom layers, lets say 2cm from the bottom, y keep getting a warped model, then it gets fine and the print goes wonderful. Any ideas why? Im printing this in Teal PLA at 190º (the recomended temp for this brand).

if you are running a smaller 3D printer (like me (5" cubed print area)) make sure to scale the base to the max print size and take note of that percentage, then scale the Oddish to that same size.
It did work out in my favor, with the Oddish at full size and the base scaled (don't remember exact percentage) it fit without the need of the little feet.

should i print this in PLA ?

What is the oddish foot file for? Where do those little dots go?

May 28, 2017 - Modified May 28, 2017
TheKre8Group - in reply to Razor762

I stuck the feet under the body to make some clearance with the plate, to allow for efficient water drainage.

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