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Electric Water pump

by Grechy29, published

Electric Water pump by Grechy29 Dec 10, 2016
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Electric Water pump by Grechy29 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

This is a remix! Credit to Skimbal

Remixed:
I have made the bottom inlet port bigger with a adapter that will adapt to a 12mm dia pipe, the blades have been remade to have less of a curve (as seen in photos) as well as the casing wall has been thickened to let the water to be held for a little bit longer before being thrown out of the outlet pipe. (also seen in picture) The outlet pipe has been extended to produce a better grip as well as transferring from a larger hole to a smaller in the process.

The reason for the design change is so it is used as a RC boat Ballast pump.

Motor mount is in the design process!

Any questions leave in the comments and ill get back to them ASAP!

Print Settings

Printer:

Da Vinici Jr.

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

Med-High

Infill:

15-20%


Notes:

SUPPORTS ARE ONLY NEEDED FOR BLADES

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Isn't the blade in the wrong direction? Counterclokwise to the lateral exit ?

No, the blade has to face the inlet port inorder to suck in the water. Both pumps I have printed are the same way and both work perfectly

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