A little fun. I wanted to try a big print. This is a water feature made 240 mm wide to catch splash from the fountain and just fit on an MK3S print bed. The first smaller version I made got a little wet around the sides from splash. (Turns out the bigger version still splashes outside, but not as much.)
Custom designed to fit this water pump + LED light ring combo. https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0088CSO28.
Also some 5/16 (8 mm) tubing https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CGVJ9QG
There's a 3 mm gap to hide the wire from the pump to the LED light ring. The power cord and tubing hide inside the fountain pillars on each side. Takes just 3 minutes to connect the pump and tubing. There is a hole in the back where the power cord comes out to connect to the transformer that comes with the pump.
Prints in a quick 36 hours. I used just a 2 inch wide a cluster of supports under the "table" edge just in the center-front area using Simplify 3D manual supports. The unsupported areas printed just fine.
Makes a nice falling water noise. Videos:
Sliced and diced in Tinkercad using vortex_pr's original creative and thoughtful design as the source.
The main .stl is 240 mm wide and 194 mm tall. The top piece, printed separately, adds 30 mm of height and is 140 mm wide. The top piece, printed with a bit more infill is kind of heavy, has a snug fit to the tubing, it just holds in place. No glue or anything required.
5+ layers and 3+ perimeter outlines to minimize risk of leaking. PETG seems to work best for water but my 2nd larger PLA version isn't leaking.