3D Printable Watering Can

You will need to have:

  • 3D printer
  • A scissor
  • Super glue

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Step 1: Designing

I have designed the watering can parts in Tinkercad, and you can download them here.


If you want to design your own, I've attatched a design drawings on this page.

Step 2: 3D Printing and Assembling.

After you download the files go a head and print it. If your 3D printer is bigger enough to print the whole thing then you can print "watering_can.stl" (Whole thing). However, if your 3D printer is too small to print the whole thing, then you can print "watering_can_2.stl" and "watering_can_1.stl". If you have printed them in parts, you can assemble them using a super glue.

After you print the files, you will need to attach the thing to a bottle with a tape and a super glue if needed.

Step 3: Use It!!

Thanks for looking at my project.

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    Reply 2 years ago



    4 years ago on Introduction

    Have you considered extending the handle with a ring that would go around the bottle to help support the weight? Might make it a bit more stable

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