It can be hard to grow succulents or microgreens, especially when you don't have an outside garden or much interior space for pots. This planter, designed in the style of a modern architecture house with 2 stories, has 10 separated pots and a seed storage compartment so you can keep your succulent's seeds nearby for next season. This object was designed completely in Tinkercad:
This object should be printed with 3-4 shells to prevent thinner walls breaking. Infill density should be somewhere from 20 - 40%. This object does require supports, especially on the interior of the seed storage compartment. However, you can quickly break them off using pliers or tweezers. Be careful not to snap off either of the columns on the back of the planter when removing supports.
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