PVC organ flue converter

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PVC organ flue converter by Japa Nov 27, 2012
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This is a converter for turning a 33mm wide PVC pipe into an organ flue. (or recoder, if you drill holes in it)


Print it out, and shove a PVC pipe in the end. You may have to file down the pipe to fit.

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Did you share the source files? What did you design this in?

I would also like to know! This guy made an adaption http://portfolio.newschool.edu/demcg318/2014/10/06/diy-pvc-organ-flue-pipe-successful/ of this thing, but maybe he worked from the STL files.

This is really cool.  I love to see 3D printed objects that function as more than decoration.