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water faucet perlator

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water faucet perlator by Tupni Feb 27, 2013
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Spare part for water faucet.
Fits 20mm kitchen and bathroom water faucet.


This part is made in Sketchup times x10 and ned to be printed at:
Scale 10%,
1 perimether,
0 layer top/bottom,
Honeycomb infill 0,40 increse infill to save wather ;)

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I made one, (using Cura, and with no top or bottom layer at 0.05 mm layer height, 40% fill).

It works, kinda, but I think a "true" perlator should mix air into the water. This is more like a fine filter. So, it works, but only to concentrate the water flow, not introduce air into it.

Nice trick using the fill setting like that, btw.

Be careful about using PLA/ABS for food/water. ABS is unsafe and PLA should be foodsafe apart from the irregularities that may catch bacteria. :)

I grew up in Denmark, and all my LEGO has bite marks. As it was before it "was" toxic. No joking aside, I have of course used a natural PLA.The problem of large rough surface is also in the original, now I just do not descale but can print new significantly cheaper than the købede the original.

Please look yourselfish in the mirror ...!! :D . . . Auch I will get your vengance now..

Er også Dansk. Problemet er ikke kun PLA'en, men det faktum at det ligger lag på lag. Det giver grobund for bakterier i langt højere grad end hvis den var støbt. Desuden kommer den også i kontakt med hvad selve ekstruderhovedet er lavet af og diverse brandhæmmende materialer. Jeg tror ærligt talt det er OK at bruge, men jeg ville ikke personligt gøre det :)