loading
This is an idea I have been working on for a while. It began as a vertical Gardening experiment so I could learn about hydroponics and now I just want to get it made and start growing. I wanted to make a Hydroponic Tower that uses waterfall effect to disperse water to plants held in the sides of the tower. I wanted to use as much recycled components as I could and try build the support structure from 3D printed parts. Unfortunately I do not own a 3D Printer at the moment but I decided to design the parts I would need anyway. Feel free to download the files or modify them in tinkercad.

Step 1: Tower Feet

The support structure is made from interconnecting poles that slide into each other. The feet are small rounded supports for uneven surfaces.

Advertisement

hey what is the software used <br>d
I used Tinkercad, https://tinkercad.com/, free browser cad software. very easy to use.
This would also work for as a conical fermenter stand for brewing beer
What a cool idea!
Nicely done!
Thanks for the comments and ideas, working on a newer version at the moment.

About This Instructable

10,555views

60favorites

License:

Bio: I'm a market gardener with an interest in automation and technology. I grow fruit and vegetables and am always looking for new ways to ... More »
More by gavanmurphy84:3D Printable Tube Planter 3D Printable Hydroponics Tower Support Structure 3D Printable Dresser Side Storage 
Add instructable to: