murrkywaters wrote:I got laid off so I made a prototype to see if I could grow outdoors without wasting water in my now ample free time. I could have probably fit more pots, but I didn't feel like it.
You know what may work for stuff like that would be one of those hole cutting drill bits that are used to make reliefs for bolts or cutting spots for doorknobs. The bit itself shouldn't be expensive, particularly if you have a place like harbor freight. Cut to one size less than your pot rest and sand it down for your fitting. But then again, I don't know the density of the foam, it could break apart. I do think creating a pilot and sanding it down/shaving with a blade would be an accurate way to do it though, even if it'd be tedious
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