4" Vent Cover

by ebob, published

4" Vent Cover by ebob Sep 15, 2012
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A bit of a boring first object, but the scaffold comes down on our house on Monday and I need to make a cover for the bathroom extractor vent before it does. This fits standard 4" soil pipe, which is what I used to line the hole. It might be useful to others?


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Hollerrrr! IMO, this is what having a 3d printer in your home is all about.

Well done, and thank you for sharing.

I'd like to see what this looks like in-place.

You should write the date and a URL on the printed piece, because in 50 years when someone takes it off, it's going to be a cool little piece of history.