Designed for feeding grain, insects and crushed peanuts. In the UK I buy mine from Croston Mill. They do not pay me for this recommendation!
The print height is 165mm, diameter 115mm. capacity 1.35 litre (2.4 pints) .
The feeder may be placed on a table or suspended using the hanger.
11mm (half inch) feed openings give good accessibility for garden birds whilst being shaped to minimise feed falling out of the container. They make it easy to see when the container is below 2/3rds full.
The jar shaped design is easier to refill than the soda bottle feeders on Thingiverse.
A cone shaped base ensures that feed is accessible to birds until it is completely empty.
It is designed not to require supports. These are best avoided else you will be spending ages cleaning it out of the openings.
0.2 or 0.25mm layer height, 25% fill and 3 top, bottom and side layers should be good.
I printed this in ABS for outside durability.
It should be fine with PLA especially where strength and layer adhesion are more important than weather resistance. Avoid dark colours in hot climates. I used blue for the photograph but white would be a more Sun resistant colour.
I have not tried printing it in PETG but if you do then you might get problems with spanning the feed openings.
0.20 or 0.25 layer height