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Water Tap Fountain

by MatheusBrum, published

Water Tap Fountain by MatheusBrum Jul 14, 2012

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Description

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 tinkercad.com/things/krBIf74hn1C

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Good idea!

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.

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!

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Instructions

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

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deleonjd on Feb 24, 2014 said:

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.

MatheusBrum on Feb 24, 2014 said:

Good idea!

Roach on Aug 18, 2012 said:

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!

Iamstu on Jul 18, 2012 said:

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.

elspeth on Jul 15, 2012 said:

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

cerberus333 on Jul 15, 2012 said:

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

MatheusBrum on Jul 15, 2012 said:

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

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