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Nescafe Nesspresso Espresso Milk Nozzle (not foodsafe)

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Nescafe Nesspresso Espresso Milk Nozzle (not foodsafe) by bathrobotics Jan 23, 2015
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OK, I made one, so then I made this coffee with it.
I wish I'd taken a photo earlier.

not good safe.

I'm an idiot.

let's dwell on those last two points.

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What happened?
Did it warp due to heat and pressure?

It worked fine. Coffee tasted great. Milk Frothed and heated.

It's pretty robust, but I can't guarantee people will print out of food safe material or in a food safe way, that's the downside of home manufacturing, you can't guarentee repeatability from the tested sample.

You may be able to make it food safe using a different material

I may be able to.
I can't guarantee the person who buys his first makerbot and prints in Pla at poor resolution or layer height doesn't then put it on their nespresso machine and leave it there for 6 weeks wondering why his whole office has diahorrehea after not ever cleaning it.

There are many things on Thingiverse that have never been made -or used- and even when they have been no one warns of dirt traps or potential poison ingress. Or leaks.

This nozzle does frothe milk : I've drunk coffee made with one. But the real point is to discuss the benefits of building at 45deg, and the benefits of talking about why 3d printed parts can never be certified as safe to use.

Thanks for your comment.