Osterizer Blender Base

by Roach, published

Osterizer Blender Base by Roach Feb 10, 2013

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After one of my house mates broke the blender I decided to learn more about threading and draw up something in sketchup to replace it!

This is for the Osterizer 10 speed blender.


There is a 1mm ring surrouding the inner hole to act as support material, so if your machine is okay with bridging, you should be able to print without support.

Sadly I messed up my scaling so I had to spend some time with the dremel trimming the 6 support struts on the outside to make it fit. I didn't update the drawing since I have a functioning base, but be warned that the 6 supports are about 1-2mm too large, but are easy to trim.

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This is cool, please upload the sketchup file if you still have it. I want to adjust the support struts so I won't have to dremel it. Thanks!

Roach - in reply to ramai

There you go! Feel free to send me the new sketchup file to put on this page if you want.