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Sproot, seed sprouter

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Grow your sprouted seeds easily at home and enjoy their benefits thanks to this sprouter adaptable to a classic jam jar!

Upcycle, Print, Sprout! Simple and playful.

Sprouted seeds have real nutritional advantages, especially vitamins and minerals. Pleasant to eat, they bring a fresh and crunchy touch to your salads, raw vegetables, fish...

Pour a tablespoon of seeds into your jar (Mason jar, Bonne Maman jam jar or other compatible jars).

Fill your jar with water, close it with your Sproot module and soak the seeds overnight.

The next morning, spill your jar over your sink to empty the water. Put your sprouter up to drain the seeds.

Twice a day, morning and evening, rinse your seeds with clear water. To do this, fill the jar with water under the tap of cold water, stir the jar well to untangle the seeds and then empty the water into your sink.

After rinsing, rest your sprouter upside down.

Repeat steps 4 and 5 for as many days as the germination time indicated on the seed packets.

3D printing settings

Print the bowl of the sprouter upside down, so that the support material will be inside and does not alter the outer surface.

The filter part does not pose any printing problems: print it flat, handle up.

On my pictures, the yellow bowl is printed in 200 microns and the blue in 100 microns. At 200 micron the print quality is largely sufficient.

Do not hesitate to contact me for any questions.

  • 3D model format: STL

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4 comments

I bought this but can't find a compatible mason jar, you got any suggestions?

Very nice! Congrats ;)


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