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1/4 inch NPT to Loc-line

by pquijal, published

1/4 inch NPT to Loc-line by pquijal Apr 26, 2017
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Summary

This facilitates connecting an air hose to a flexible, segmented hose whilst anchoring the two in place with four small wood screws.

Make the ball-end hose connector smooth with some sandpaper.

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Printrbot

Printer:

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.2 mm

Infill:

25%


Notes:



Filament:
MakerGeeks Raptor Series PLA - Battleship Gray (affiliate link)

Hotend:
230 C

Bed:
70 C

Speed:
45 mm/s

Fan:
yes

Shells/perimeters:
3 (1.2 mm)

Top/bottom layers:
3 (0.6 mm)

Nozzle diameter:
0.4 mm

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I tried to load this and print it, but it shows up as giant sized when I load into simplify 3D. It seems like the scale is off for some reason.

Sorry about that! I have a habit of working in SketchUp at 10x scale, and I forget to scale down before exporting the STL. I've uploaded a correctly scaled STL. Let me know if it works this time or not.

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