Moroccan Tile Planter with Hidden Drip Tray

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Moroccan Tile Planter with Hidden Drip Tray

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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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For 5in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
For 5in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
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19.8 h
2 plates
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Moroccan Tile Planter with Hidden Drip Tray

By popular demand, here is the Moroccan Tile Planter with Hidden Drip Tray. The seam of the tiles aligns perfectly with the drip tray. One of my favorites. Hope you like it!

 

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For 5in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
The planter printer well. the supports for the planter were easy to remove and didn’t leave any residue filament behind. note printed with Bambu marble which worked great. First attempt using ployterra stone filament failed many times. Stone filament was the problem.
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That looks great! Thanks for sharing. Funny enough, I had the exact same issue with Polyterra stone filament. It was the first time I tried printing with marble/stone filament and I kept getting heat creep and tried messing with every temperature setting, flow rate, you name it and could never get it to work. It just doesn't play nice with Bambu printers. I did find that Polymaker Marble works well though if you're looking for something a little cheaper than Bambu's marble.
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
loved this design. I used all the same settings for the 4” except turned off the supports for the base and changed to normal (auto) for the upper so that only the underside for the connections gets supports.
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Gorgeous. What Filament is that??
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Replying to @Javaslinger :
hatchbox iron red pla+ it’s a gorgeous colour. a bit pricey but worth it.
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
too much support structures.
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wow amazing model! thank you
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Thanks for sharing. So happy you like it!
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Amazing piece! just 2 comments why you need a lot of supports for the lateral parts ? is a lot of suports and second the tray locked not matching the alignment of the top pot
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Printed really well with rainbow clay PLA. Put my wife’s basil plant in it and looks so good!
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your pots are literally the best. maybe do some boho, Aztec, Mayan, mcm style pots? and have the option of wall mounted and tabletop versions 😍
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Thank you very much! So glad you like them. Funny you say that, I was actually looking at doing some kind of boho/Indian pattern. I'll let you know when I get it together. Thanks for the support!
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Just finished this design boho planter. What do you think?
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oooooh! I like it 🤌🏼
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
difficulties to align, too much waste, I think you have to revise profile and supports which filament do you use for the master image?
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when i twist on the tray it doesn’t line up with the rest of the tiles 😭
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It should. I've printed it multiple times and it has always aligned. Make sure you got all of the support material out from where the tabs slide in. Can be little pieces that can get in the way.
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I didn’t print with supports. I’ll try again!
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Replying to @kevinrivera1910 :
That could be it. Try using one of the print profiles. I've tested both sizes and should work perfectly for you. Thanks for the support.
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For 4 in. Container 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 10% infill
Support Issue:beautiful design however groves at the bottom to connet the 2 parts require support which means a fair amount of work as they need to be almost perfect for it to slot . if supports required tolerances should be made larger so it doesnt need to be perfect to get the 2 surfaces to interface
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