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Kegerator Tap Wrench

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Kegerator Tap Wrench by Brett Nov 21, 2012
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Tap Wrench for a Kegerator.

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Print - I used 100% infill and printed it with PLA.

Insert screw through wrench to provide a solid tooth. (I have no clue what type of screw I used - just something that fit the tap.)

Drink beer to test correct keg operation.

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I printed this in PLA with 3 perimeters, 3 top and bottom layers, and 30% honeycomb infill. I used a 3/32" drill bit to enlarge the hole. I then screwed in a 4-40 x 1/2" pan head bolt. Works perfectly on my Perlick taps. Thanks Brett!

Very cool!

My original print is still going strong.

Glad it's helpful to you. Thanks!

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