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Source : MyMiniFactory ( STL)
For many years I've been working with a local charity, Halstead in Bloom, which works to improve the image and environment in my local town. They work insanely hard and have had some phenomenal success, both locally and on a national level (they've won Gold Award in Britain in Bloom, beating towns much larger and far better funded), and I'm very proud to have been associated with them. I made this small watering can to promote the work they do, and it's fully functional so if you have small plants or seedlings you can use it to water them too
It is best to print this with supports as the top of the can can collapse during printing. You can then use a needle-file in through the top of the can to remove the supports so you can fill the can with water. The spout can be cleared using the same file and a bit of jimmying Print at 0.2 mm layer height, with 10% infill.