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Water Tap Fountain

by MatheusBrum, published

Water Tap Fountain by MatheusBrum Jul 14, 2012

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Accessory turn your water faucet into a drinking fountain to drink or rinse your mouth from the tap with no worry about hands or cups.
I recommend to use the Thinkercad to modify the file applying your correct diameter.

Inspired by "Tapi"
More designs and 3D printing on my twitter: @brumdopoder

This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/krBIf74hn1C

Instructions

"Tinker" it on Tinkercad with the correct diameter of your faucet.

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I edited mine to have a bottom on it so that I can just stick it on there when i want it. It works great, thanks for the print matheusbrum!

Cool trick: turn your fan off for the last 10 layers and press it on your faucet before it cools. That way it will be a perfect fit!
Great item BTW.

Good idea!

I'm printing this now, and plan on doing a derivative soon, and noticed one major thing that bothered me; Your circles are offset, they don't line up correctly.

I noticed it when doing infill, and confirmed it on the model.

It's just the kind of this that would bother me because I know it's there.

Keep an eye out for my version!

Just remember to make sure you aim it at yourself and turn the faucet on full blast before compleatly covering the bottom... I needed a shower anyway, lol.

YAY...it was on my list, glad you beat me to i! :-D

If you make the part that goes over the tap conical,

it will accomodate different (albiet round only) taps without having to be a perfect fit

Great idea! I'll try to make it smooth and small as possible

No, the Idea you had initially was the great idea!

my suggestion was merely a second guess.

haha Thanks! :-D

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