New designs, fresh and hot off the printer! @ecken and @dingod have done it again with these awesome new prints.
The next prints will try to use the biodegradable PLA!
If your interested in what goes into printing, check out the tutorial for setting up a makerbot:
It took three months to build and deliver but we finally have some really cool garden planters to show off!
Checkout the Etsy store to buy
Green, brown, silver, black, white and the clear biodegradable PLA are the colors we ordered so far. Can’t wait to test PLA as planter material for seedlings, and tags.
The boo was design by our web developer and creative lead behind Turn Table Customs, Dingo. He designed it in the browser based CAD site Tinkercad! A tiny Red Bug Pitcher is used to test out the planter. All planters have drainage holes built in
You can see more designs by checking out the planter tag we started on tinkercad.com
Here’s a time-lapse of the tiki print. A Nepenthes Alta is used in the pic.
These take quite a while to print. The Boo took 18 hours to print! Our current print will about take about 25 hours to complete, so we’ll definitely need more makerbots!
Thorelii x Truncata female and Spathulata x Spectabilis male Nepenthes.
Store extra pollen in a dessicator at 32ªF.
More node growth on a thriving Khasiana, induced by just covering up the dormant brown wood nodes. A nice surprise to see when you first spot the lid tops of the little pitchers pop through the moss.
This year, these Nepenthes have bloomed a little later then last year. The small flowers do not have any scent that I can detect. Flowers open in order from the bottom of the stem to the top.