Mazzer Espresso Grinder Hopper
by ewindisch, published
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Replacement Hopper and matching lid for a Mazzer Super Jolly Espresso Grinder. Should also work on Mini and Major.
This hopper is smaller than the original hopper and is designed to fit under most kitchen cabinets (the Mazzer Super Jolly is otherwise very large). This is also much smaller than either of the Mini hoppers made by Mazzer.
This hopper includes a finger guard that also prevents beans from shooting up and out of the hopper. I still recommend using the lid to prevent jumps, but the guard does help keep most beans and particles from escaping.
Even with the overhangs and bridge, I was able to print this on a Flashforge Creator (Replicator 1 clone) without supports. I did get some flaws at the top of the finger guard, but they were minor.
Printed with 0% fill at 220C using ABS and .15mm resolution. Used Replicator 1 speed defaults in ReplicatorG as I was afraid the bridge might not print well at high speed.
A derivative of http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:49597
Made in openscad.
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