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GrOpensource by mattarang Jul 26, 2013
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I got lazy when making my own version of the $22 GrOpener bottle opener. I traced it and extruded it from a vector so excuse the not-so-smooth curves. Hopefully later I can make a nicer copy!

I guessed the dimensions of this, based solely on the video, so I don't know for sure if this is the right size. My printer is all packed away right now for a move too, so I can't test it out. I can only assume print with 80% infill or higher since this is going to be under a lot of stress!

Fingers crossed you guys can actually print this...

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Haha, nice, I was thinking about making it myself after I saw the video. One thing though, for 3d printing to be usable, the part that snaps the cap off should be a bit bigger and stronger. I think the plastic will break at the first try in this form. If I'm gonna make one, I'll let you know :)