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Manual 1980s Style Juicer - Deprecated.

by DarkAlchemist, published

Manual 1980s Style Juicer - Deprecated. by DarkAlchemist Nov 3, 2012

Description

This is now deprecated and superseded by thingiverse.com/thing:400916 which is version 2 of this model and includes the Solidworks 2014 source as well.
This is a juicer that was very popular in the 1980's into the 1990's. Insert the end with the teeth into an orange, or grapefruit, etc..., and twist until you completely pierce the skin. Now remove the juicer and in the bottom end will be the skin. Remove that skin and reinsert the juicer all the way inside and this time squeeze the citrus fruit. Out of the small hole will come forth the seed free juice.

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Did you use 100% infill? I did and it is still going for me.
Mine broke too... I have made a stonger one: thingiverse.com/thing:288096
Thanks for idea ;)
Then make it 100% solid because every dimension was exactly the same as the one I used to use. I no longer have this item as it was left after I moved when my wife suddenly passed away Feb 7, 2013.

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Print with 100% infill and be sure to use support as I stuck it at 90 degrees for just that purpose.
Mine broke too... I have made a stonger one: thingiverse.com/thing:288096
Thanks for idea ;)
Did you use 100% infill? I did and it is still going for me.
I made one and found the large round disk section is too thin. It broke when I removed it from the orange. Great, otherwise...
Then make it 100% solid because every dimension was exactly the same as the one I used to use. I no longer have this item as it was left after I moved when my wife suddenly passed away Feb 7, 2013.
freakin awesome!!!
 Thank you. :)
We used to have many of these, under the Outspan brand.  The best way to get fresh orange juice is straight from the orange!

Cheers,
Quentin
 It sure is. :)
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