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Hi Erik, did you try Burkert? They have an office in Holland. Should be around 45
Ã¢Â‚Â¬. I am working at the moment on a new version that should be a lot better and I think the valve will be optional in this version. Printing parts ATM :) . Will send you an email when I have the first results with this one.
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The two STL's that make up the claystruder need to be printed with support turned on. It is kept to the minimum but its not completely without overhangs.
You can fit most 50-60 cc syringes in the base of the Claystruder.
The cap is also a mounting base for a 12v DC 6012, 3/2-Way Miniature Solenoid Valve from Burkert: (http://www.burkert.com/COM/Products/Solenoid-valves/Water-and-other-neutral-media/6012.html). You will also need two screw on connectors for the tubing. On short tube goes straight down true the cap and should end 5-10 mm below the bottom. Here you can fit a rubber plunger cap from a 60cc syringe that you perforate to guide the tube true the rubber cap. This will make sure that your syringe is air tight. On top of the valve goes your tube that runs from the compressor. At the front of the valve is the pressure release outlet.
I always use two small clamps to hold the cap and the base together. You will need to fit something on the base plate to trigger your limit switches. I use a threaded rod and a few bolts.
Like for the Frostruder, you need a compressor, 10 bar max, for it to work.
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