A small and light weight 3D printed garden perfect for growing flowers or herbs on the window by natural sunlight! Great for small apartments or college dorms with minimal table space. Attaches and detaches from the window very easily but holds secure when attached with suction cups.
Created during my junior year of college at Philadelphia University.
On display at the IMM Cologne, International Furnishings Show
Can be printed on both professional 3D printers and consumer 3D printers such as the Makerbot.
Requires supports during printing for complex geometric design
Requires two standard sized suction cup hooks to hang from the window. Can be purchased at most convenience or hardware stores. Remove metal hook from suction cup (not needed) and slot into holes on back of garden. See pictures for reference.
(Optional - 3M adhesive, or of equal quality, strips (2) can be applied to the flat side against the window instead of using the suction cups)
Has water drain holes
Approximately 7.5in L x 4in W x 2.5in H (19.05cm x 10.16cm x 6.35cm)
Print time: Depending on the printer - 12hrs - 33hrs
Recommended infill: Minimum of 25%
***VERIFY SUCTION CUPS ARE STUCK TO WINDOW TIGHTLY BEFORE HANGING THE WINDOW GARDEN TO PREVENT IT FROM FALLING.
Senior Industrial Design Student at Philadelphia University