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Drip Tip 02

by castomized Nov 27, 2014
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I don't know how this "designer" can be so ignorant and dumb to post an file that is not ready to print. Even when it shows in the top list.

Hello, because i am new in 3d printing. Can you tell me what filament is more healthy for a drip tip? I say healthy because we put the drip tip in our mouth. Is PLA safe for use?

PLA by itself is safe, but not if it's 3D printed. The layers that 3D prints have tend to hold dirt and stuff in the crevices and it's impossible to get 100% clean. Avoid putting anything 3D printed in your mouth and don't use them to hold food or drinks.

does this fit a tfv8?

Love the design but my printer cannot make the oring section. It is in the right spot but when it spits filament out for the section above the oring indent it just falls down to where the oring should be. Throws the whole print off. I've gone to A LOT of trouble with this (it's the first thing I tried to print and I chose it because of the issues with filling holes, shape gaps, etc so I could learn) but I've hit a stop here with this oring section. I still can't get it to go hollow all the way through but that's a software issue I can deal with once I understand how to make this gap print correctly

Any suggestions?

Qidi Tech 1 dual extruder
standard white PLA
Various setting from 210-220 extruder temp 55-60 bed temp

I found a solution for the Problem with the solidlayer between the top.

How to fix it :

  1. Open tinkercad and import the original .stl File
  2. Download it as stl
  3. Open it in Slicer and the Hole is here again :)


Could you make a wide-bore model?

did you find one i need one for my cloud beast
Thanks Ryan

printed it and it didnt print the stem. Any ideas??

What kind of filament did you use?

Hi, no matter how i slic3 it it always draws a solid layer at the base of the wider part of the tip. Tips? (no pun intended)

same problem here. did you find a solution?

I didn't, tried to repair, but apparently I'm not too great at repairing 3d models.

Very strange...I have printed it through Shapeways with no problem.

I'm not at home now...but this week I'll do some tests!

Thanks for reporting this issue! =)