Pokemon Planter - Pokeball Minimal Planter
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This Pokeball planter can be printed with any 3D printer available. It consists of three different parts that are easily assembled (no dual extrusion). Also, the bottom part of the planter is available in two versions: with and without holes (with a small container with holes for this version).This way, you can keep the planter on your office desk without ruining anything.
In this video, I explain the design process and some tips when assembling it: https://youtu.be/mDsLJhap8Jw
The filament used for this design is Innofil3D PLA (Red, Wite and Black). It can be purchased here: https://www.innofil3d.com
I'd like to thank all my supporters and patrons, with your help I've been able to create this project. The Patreon MVPs for this project are 3D Maker Noob, 3D Printing Stuff, MatterHackers, Filaments.directory, Dattas Moonchaser, MidnightGiant and Andrew Howat!
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