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Osterizer Blender Base

by Roach, published

Osterizer Blender Base by Roach Feb 10, 2013

Description

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.

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

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Instructions

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.

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.
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