Sometimes, we think we don't have a green thumb . But ultimately, we are mostly heads in the air . We forget to take the time to water our flowers and then the summer heat adds to our troubles. The leaves end up yellowing, then fall... Your self-confidence diminishes and you are convinced that you do not have a green thumb. But with 3D printed flower pots , we solve part of the problem. The flower pot with water tank is a simple idea to limit damage.
Caring for your plants
🚀 Hello, dear Quarkos of the Green Galaxy! 🌱 Have you ever felt guilty about forgetting to water your plants, especially on hot summer days? The leaves are turning yellow, falling, and your confidence in your gardening skills is disappearing like a shooting star? 🌠 Don't worry anymore! We are about to launch a real green revolution with our 3D printed designer flower pot! 🌌
Quark offers you a designer 3D printed flowerpot which has a water reservoir. It will allow you to create an ideal environment for your plants. These solutions are necessary for the functioning of a plant space that is easy to maintain.
The flower pot is 3D printed from PETG (the material of plastic water bottles, which is also called: polyethylene terephthalate... There you go). It perfectly respects the well-being of your plants and it can be recycled as much as those famous plastic bottles.
3D printing flower pots: place for open-source
The designer flowerpot is a 3D printed project. It comes to us directly from a site that we particularly like at Quark and that we recommend: Thingiverse .
No more mystery, it's happening here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:903411
What's great is that thanks to this technique, you will no longer forget to water your plants. You will only need to refill your water tank every two to three weeks. On the other hand, if you forget to refill your tank, then we won't be able to do anything for you... Sorry...
This project is led by the Parallelgoods team.
Do not hesitate to visit their site. They are really great!
This designer flowerpot with water tank is part of their 2015 office collection.
Here's what they say:
The designer flower pot with water tank has been designed to be 3D printed , easy to install, use and clean, while allowing customization by mixing different colors for the pot and the tank.
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3D printing: a futuristic technology
But why choose to use 3D printing to produce a designer flowerpot ? Clearly there are a multitude of materials available to make flower pots . You can find ceramic flower pots , terracotta flower pots , concrete flower pots , or even wooden flower pots .
But 3D printing has the tremendous advantage of being able to produce on demand. At Quark we are a team of artisans. Our goal is to produce locally. For this, 3D printing perfectly meets this need. When you place an order on our website , we begin manufacturing your products using 3D printing .
So there is no stock at Quark. This helps limit financing needs and avoid wasting resources . We are convinced by this solution. Today we want to share and promote 3D printing for the production of decorative objects for the home. So if you have an idea for an object, which would be particularly useful for your interior, we would be happy to develop them and add them to our catalog . Initially it would be a tailor-made 3D printed object . Then this object will become a reference in our catalog. So, do not hesitate to contact us !
🚀 The Bright Future of 3D Printing 🌠
Conquered by our 3D printed pot? This is a sign that this technology has a bright future ahead of it! Although still considered niche, 3D printing has demonstrated its incredible potential, especially during confinement. From masks to visors, everything has been 3D printed! At Quark, we are excited to contribute to this wave of innovation, using the best of digital technology to create local and sustainable solutions.
🌱 The Love of Plants, Our Passion 🌿
We, the Quarkos, are true nature lovers. That's why we launched this designer flower pot with water tank. Think of it as a personal gardening assistant watching over your plants! We tested this wonder this summer, and the results are as impressive as a solar eclipse!
See you soon
The Quark team