Caps for a soda bottle (updated)

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Caps for a soda bottle (updated) by bentommye Jan 3, 2013
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Caps for a soda bottle with mounting for rubber hose. Made in Lightwave.

OBS BotleCaps 003 was mirrord. Use 004!


To make it water tight see the following:


Maybe you need to scale the 10, 100 or 1000 times.

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what size soda bottle does this fit?

1/2 liter Norwegian botle.

In your video, what printer is that you're using?

uPrint (HP Stratasys Dimention)

How do you scale it to fit a bottle?

I just imported the file into my software I never checked the size and it printed fine :-)

I have scaled it 1000 times to fitt uPrint.

I set the scale to 1000 times for uPrint. I am working i mm.