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Bulbasaur Planter with Sloped Drainage

by lordevoldemort, published

Bulbasaur Planter with Sloped Drainage by lordevoldemort Aug 14, 2014

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A modified version of flowalistik's low-poly bulbasaur.These planters exist but I really wanted one that is functional yet maintained the low-poly aesthetic. The bottom of the deep bulba-pot features a sloped drainage hole, and the bulbasaur's rear has been uplifted to maximize volume.

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Printer Brand:

SeeMeCNC

Printer:

Rostock MAX

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No

Instructions

With or without raft, no support. any res should be fine. I printed on low - .3mm layer height, 10% infill, 2 shells. Takes a couple of hours depending on how you scale it.
I went to my local Home Depot to get the succulents.

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I like the filament! Would you mind sharing the filament type, and your settings to get it that translucent?

Great work! I love it and will work perfectly with my succulents. Any chance of getting a bulba drain tray?

Thanks for making this model!
It's exactly what i've been looking for, it keeps the lowpoly style of the original & changes the form slightly so it works better as a planter :)

Very cool! As someone who knows very little about plant care I would have never predicted that I would need sloped drainage or a drainage hole, so thanks!

Hi , how can I modify the STL file? I want to write my name on this model.

Visit tinkercad.com for something simple like that. It's a free and easy to learn web-based 3D modeling application. You just need an email. Follow a couple of tutorials (make sure you do the workplane one), import the bulbasaur STL and add letters.

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