Organizer Typ Manhattan Zen Garten

ID: 11887
$1.38

3D Model Details

  • Texture: No
  • Multipart model: No
  • File format: stl
  • File size: 117.76 KB
  • Upload date: 03/17/2022
  • Last update: 03/17/2022

Description

Story to the design

This organizer is inspired by the design of a Japanese Zen garden with stairs. In Zen garden, instead of pens, moss, cactus, ivy and small shrubs are planted with sand or gravel in the openings. Due to the higher design with stairs design and the 2 towers, I named this model Organizer type Manhattan Zen garden.

Tips for use and application

The openings in the platforms in the form of 2 towers are ideal for pens of all kinds with their depth of about 90mm.

The left with 8 compartments divided Plattforn is modeled so that here in the 6 compartments fit colorful highlighters of various manufacturers (about 60mm deep). In the 2 compartments in front (20mm deep) fit well for example paper clips with different lengths or erasers and more.

On the right side, there is another opening in front of the tower, where various small office supplies from Post It and much more can be stored within easy reach.

In the small well on the right front can be stored handy some small items or a piece of moss or grass for a real organizer Zen garden.

Dimensions

Dimensions are 1:1 approx. 170mm x 170mm x 125mm

I would be very happy about every download, like and print image. Have fun printing

Look at my other models, like beer crates for batteries or my Japanese pagoda for the garden.
3D printing settings

Printable with various filament types like PLA and PETG in all colors.

Filling should be greater than 5%, 10-15% filling structure in honeycomb or zig-zag shape is recommended.

Setting outer wall lines are recommended with min 4 lines and more.

No support structures required. Inner structures are generated via the fill. Do not use a filling structure of 100%, the printing time would be extremely long and would consume too much material (10-15% recommended).
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