Lately I haven't been highly active with the 3D printing and have been deeper into the gardening, which can be seen on my main blog @futuremind.
I've been printing some small things like LST clips, small handle fittings for tools, different variations of filament guides, and spice holders, (which I am planning to make a detailed post on later) but just had to take a brief step back from posting as much here with everything I've had going on. I do my best to post as much as possible and appreciate all the kind support and comments.
I've been planning to grow some microgreens in my indoor garden and couldn't seem to find a planter on thingivervse that I liked. So I decided to make my own after conceptualizing the fact that it's a rather simple thing to design.
I utilized the beginner friendly Tinkercad web browser based CAD program to create this microgreens planter.
This print comes complete with a drainage tray, and came out pretty nice on the first attempt printing at 0.28 mm layer height with 20% infill. TECBEARS PLA is the material I'm using. Anyone with a 3D printer can download the files from the link provided below the photos and is listed under the creative commons attribution license. Which means you can do with it whatever you please, including selling it online. I hold no restrictions over my creations and welcome everyone to use them however they wish.
After I publish this post I'll be throwing some soil in the planter and loading it up with some lettuce seeds. After the process is complete I'll be showing photos of this planter in use on my main blog @futuremind.
That will do it for this 3D printing post.
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