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Customizable Measuring Spoon/Scoop (One or Two Ended)

by wstein, published

Customizable Measuring Spoon/Scoop (One or Two Ended) by wstein Feb 14, 2015

Summary

Universal measuring spoon/scoop with one or two ends.

Chris from Homebrew Finds made a nice post bout using my Customizable Measuring Cup/Scoop as 3D Printed 6ml Measuring Cup for Measuring Star San. In this article he ask for a two ended measuring spoon - so here it is.

In the Customer you have the following units available:

  • ml
  • cubic inch (international inch)
  • imperial fluid ounce (Imp.fl.oz.)
  • US fluid ounce (US fl.oz.)
  • tablespoon (UK)
  • tablespoon (US)
  • teaspoon (UK)
  • teaspoon (US)
  • grams of coffee beans
  • grams of sugar
  • grams of salt

And you can choose between 6 different spoon shapes.

For powder you may prefer my Customizable Measuring Cup/Scoop.

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Hey, in my case the text was not working:
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Did you guys used PLA ? or you used a food grade plastic?

don't want to intoxicate myself and the house :)

I think PLA itself is food safe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polylactic_acid

But to be sure you should use only food grade filament.

could you design a 2 teaspoon measure, please thank you

nevermind, the 10ml is 2 teaspoons

You can simply open the Customizer and adjust the parameter to get a spoon which fit your needs.

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