3D Printed Vase For A Specific Purpose

in STEMGeeks4 months ago

Hello Everyone,

For anyone seeing this account for the first time, this is @futuremind's 3D printing blog.

I've been inactive for a while on this blog because of being busy with so many things in my life, but lately I've found myself 3D printing quite a bit and searching for ways to problem solve issues or obstacles related to my indoor gardening.

Today I printed a vase:


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Bud Vase by MakeALotis licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.


This particular vase is a simple design and perfect for its intended use, at only three inches tall it is a small vase, and is printed utilizing vase mode.

I use Cura Ultimaker (mainsite) software to convert the .stl file into a readable 3D printer file .gcode.

And use Klipper (mainsite) software on a Raspberry Pi to power an Ender 3 V2 3D printer.


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Cura Ultimaker



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Fluiddpi console for Klipper firmware.



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Bud Vase by MakeALotis licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.



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Any idea what the purpose of this vase might be? Curious to know?

Go check out my recent @futuremind post to find out!

Thanks for stopping by, have a great day! ~~@print3dpro

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 3 months ago 

Looks like they turned out nicely.

!discovery 23

Thanks so much @enforcer48!
This works as a practical solution for small clippings, but is a bit top heavy, so I worked out another version today and will post about it later. I'm trying some different experiments, both with the 3D printer and plants.


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