Thai Temple Bird Feeder 3D print model
This Bird Feeder is inspired by Thai Temples. Especially the Roof. Inside Seeds can be placed for little Birds. It can be hang up using the eye on top or you can let it sit on the ground.
This model is tested on a FDM 3D Printer with an 0.4mm Nozzle. The print resolution I used was 0.2mm. The Filament is white, gray and red PLA. In the Photo section I included a list with the print settings I used for those who are interested. It took me around 93 hours to print this model. In total I used around 670 gram of Filament.
In addition to the Filament you also need an M3x45mm Bolt and Nut.
To give you an Idea how all the Parts come together, I included 8 Images in the Photo Section. They show the assembly of the Bird Feeder in 7 steps. The Glue I used was Super Glue, but any Glue that glues plastic will work. It is recommended to mount “roof top.stl” (using the M3 Bolt & Nut) before gluing on “base.stl”. It is easier to tighten the Bolt when “base.stl” is not in place yet.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask :-)