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High Flow Shower Head Fan Pattern 45 degree 1/2 pipe threads .500

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High Flow Shower Head Fan Pattern 45 degree 1/2 pipe threads .500 by Paintballmagic Jan 20, 2015
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My mini shower head was too much for the wife.. So, this one has full flow with a softer feel. Bent at 45 angle to line up with most US shower extensions. This is also made to work at multiple angles. Flip your extension pipe 180 degrees for a taller shower.

The LG suffix is the original. The no suffix file is has a scaled down fan for smaller showers.

If someone would like to mod this and install a flow control.. Have at it. The IGS file is included.

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Print with the outlet port facing the build table. .1 to .2 infill should work fine. Print with more than 2 shells if your setup has gaps.

I am in the middle of printing this, thus have yet to find out how well the pattern works

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Jan 20, 2015 - Modified Jan 20, 2015

Yes, I draw everything in inches. So scale accordingly.. Just got done with the print.. scale by xyz 105 to 110 % for a better fit on the pipe threads.

I presume the STL file has dimensions in inches? Looks quite tiny otherwise in mm :)

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