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Water Strainer (Rice, Pasta, Vegetables)

by dillinger, published

Water Strainer (Rice, Pasta, Vegetables) by dillinger May 3, 2010
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Designed for the concept of making basic standard of living goods available to all. This thingi is a 100% Makerbotable Water Strainer designed for use with food produce.
Working within the build constraints of the makerbot this DIY stainer is aimed to house the maximum quantity of food product (rice, pasta, vegetables) while maintaining a nice water flow.

This design has a rim surrounding the entire edge of the strainer for easy hold and also includes a secondary clip on handle for use with heated produce.

ENJOY CLEAN EATING!

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Clip it together.

Both models available below and also in a compressed rar file.

ENJOY CLEAN EATING!

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A strainer is a great idea, and this looks like a good design, but... does it have enough holes? It seems that it would overflow if you poured very fast at all.

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