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AeroPress unlock Ring

by wstein, published

AeroPress unlock Ring by wstein Dec 18, 2014
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Summary

Aeropress makes delicious coffee, but sometimes the filter cap stuck. With this thing you can remove the cap without pain.

Print Settings

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.3mm layer

Infill:

40%

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This is simply genius! No more stripped flesh in the morning!

Thanks, I am happy that you like it.

This is brilliant!
Thanks for sharing the design!

Many thanks.

I am happy you like it.

I never uploaded, but designed similar thing when I saw girl friend having problem unscrewing it.

Exactly the same for me. I think this was the first useful thing I made, already weeks ago. While uploading I didn't expect anyone would be interested.

thanks for your feedback.

Haha. I did as well. Got a gigantonormous roll-eye from wifey when she, in the middle of grumblingly struggling with the cap, realized that I was designing a tool for her in my head ...

It is great to see these kind of applications for 3D printers at home. When anyone can improve the products they bought and make the better than the manufacturer aspired to.

Yes and in these days due 3D printing it is relatively easy to do so. 3D printing is definitively the next big trend.

Thanks for your encouragement.

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