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Some criticism for practical usage.
No where for the liquid to drain out?The water source attachment doesn't direct water to clean the whole bowl.The sides should be longer to prevent accidents and better privacy
could you post a .stl file that is scaled to the makerbot since I don't know how to use blender to resize it? thanx :)
whoops! scratch the last transmission. I forgot I could do that in replicatorG
I am so going to cut this model up and print it out big enough to work. LOL. 8-)
Next time were at Glastonbury and queing for the loo, just wip out the makerbot and print one yourself! no more busting and waiting! (dont actually do this, i dont know how ABS is like with pee...)
This is great. I couldn't stop laughing when i saw this;)
That is odd but cool 8-)
Whish I had a 3D printer so I could make a few in quarter inch scale (O scale for the non-railroaders) They would be great details for a station interior. I am thinking about getting a 3D printer by Botmill on one hand building it from a kit would be fun but on the other hand a pre assembled and tested printer would come in handy right away as I have a few scratch build ideas and a 3D printer would be more expensive but less labor intensive the building a master and making resin castings.
That's not just a urinal! That's sheer art:
Yep, robmeyers is droppin' knowledge. :)
3D printing as history teaching visual-aid? I like!
Next up, Henry Moore's reclining figures?
...and I was worried about my minimug being alcohol-tight! I wouldn't want to look forward to testing multiple prints that failed to be urine-tight! :)
just use a small hobby paint brush to swab it with pure acetone ("professional" nail polish remover). The acetone dissolves the ABS plastic so that when it dries, it has a shiny water tight finish. ;)
Do you have an stl?
Sure! I've uploaded it. It's scaled to be much smaller for Shapeways.