Pebble Planter with Hidden Drip Tray

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Pebble Planter with Hidden Drip Tray

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For 5 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
For 5 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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Pebble Planter with Hidden Drip Tray

The one in the photo was resized at 80%. I've resized as low as 60% without any issues with the locking drip tray. Hope you like it!

 

Commercial Licensing: Patreons also have the opportunity to use commercial licenses for their own creative projects, adding versatility and potential income streams.

 

If you like this, please be sure to check out my other planters. Hope you like them!

 

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Supports only for the bottom part necessary? @emmaginn
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Correct
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
owesome
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
amazing
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
printed great, I did not use any supports.
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un diseño muy chulo, a falta de imprimir ña parte posterior me encanta como queda
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Good Morning. A nice design you have here. But I was wondering how long it will last, when you print it in PLA as I thought, PLA is still absorbing moisture and should not be in contact with wet things even after printing. Wouldn‘t it be better to print in PETG? Do you have any long term experience in using your in PLA printed pebble planter? Thank you.
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I think the fear of PLA and water is way overblown. I printed a water dish for my son's pet tortoise out of PLA and it has not had any issues since I printed it over a year ago and that thing has had water sitting in it 24/7. I've heard of many others with similar experiences too. I wouldn't worry about using PLA, but if you want to use PETG that would work great too. Hope you like it!
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Replying to @emmaginn :
Good Morning, Thank you for your answer. You might be right with water and pla. I also have a small print inside the shower to keep metal away from the wall and that is, after now, about 5-6 months, still fine and has not any sign of damage. But just out of curiosity, I printed another CaliCat and drop it in a jar of water to see what happens. Maybe it is the filament that some people were using and maybe newer pla+ is more capable of being used in wet environments. Anyway, I will try and when it works, great! When not, I can just print one out of PETG. Thanks.
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What material do you recommend printing these in?
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I used marble PLA and it turned out great.
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prints well enough but I think some FDM printer optimization is warranted. For one I would bevel the edges on the locating/locking tabs at 45 degrees to allow it to print without supports under those parts. Making them more narrow would also have a similar effect since most printers can handle small overhangs. Overall im very impressed by the design and it looks nice.
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I printed it without supports with no problem
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For 5 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
works very good
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