Description:We're in the process of producing a size range of cylindrical indoor/outdoor planters and need a high-res STEP file to provide to potential manufacturers.
This is a high-end homeware product so small details are important. We are open to any small design elements within the specified parameters that keep the product clean and minimal.
Wants:We are looking to create 5 scaled sizes as follows:
EXTRA SMALL (Diameter 4", height 4")
SMALL (Diameter 8", height 8")
MEDIUM (Diameter 12", height 12")
LARGE (Diameter 16", height 16")
EXTRA LARGE (Diameter 20", height 20")
For all sizes:
- Wall thickness 1/4"
- Base thickness 1/2"
There needs to be a circular inset on the base of the of the planter to accommodate a stand. The inset should have a slight angle (see image attached). Inset diameters are as follows:
EXTRA SMALL (3")
EXTRA LARGE (15")
There should be no sharp edges on either the rim or base of the planter as per the references provided.
Don't Wants:Please don't stray too far from the parameters and references provided. While this is a simple design, we don't want it to looks too rudimentary.
Ask for Sample:Yes, please make size MEDIUM first and the winning designer will complete other sizes.
- Any CAD software
#92 Matte Modern Planters by sldraftingdesign
#8 CAD Creation For Cylindrical Planter by edward m barnes
#9 Sleek & Modern Planter by sldraftingdesign
My take on the design. I made rim of the base with a radius on it to differentiate from the plain, boring cylinder. I think it helped to break the design up. Also, depending on the size, the thickness of the bass changes. 0.5 was really small for the X-Large Planter. Let me know your thoughts! Will be glad to make any changes you need. Also the files are in a Family of Assemblies in Solid Edge with a design table driving the design. It is easy to change dimensions and apply them to all the sizes and to also differentiate between the sizes.
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#33 12" Cylindrical Planter by thedesigningjd
This planter design includes drainage holes in the bottom of the planter and a base that collects excess water. The purpose of drainage holes is to prevent the plant and soil becoming infested with fungus and diseases due to excess water in the soil. With an indoor/outdoor planter it is best to have a base that collects the excess water so it does not damage the indoor flooring. This design is 12" including the height of the
#41 functional planter design concept by ARZSTUDIODESIGN
#43 alternatif 2 planter design with moveable part and colorfull ambiente by ARZSTUDIODESIGN
- SketchUp 16 — functional planter design concept if used-JPG 1
- SketchUp 16 — functional planter design concept part of planter design-JPG 2
- SketchUp 16 — functional planter design concept if for another colour-JPG 3
- SketchUp 16 — functional planter design concept with different under aplication-JPG 4
#45 Medium planter by Redouan Elmirou
#49 Planter with stand by OmniSolid
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