GynePunk Speculum

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GynePunk Speculum by gaudi Jun 5, 2015
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I printed all with a scale of 110%. Just the screw on 109%. The nut is still to thight i printing now at 115%

Uploaded a slightly bigger version of the nut (Nut_2). Thanks for sharing your results.

I hope this is a one use device, or else intended for being coated with a sterile smooth material. otherwise it will definitely be a unclean-able place for bacteria to grow....and infect victims. printed parts in general cannot be cleaned well because of microscopic pores created by the printing process, if bacteria get in these, there is a very low chance of you being able to clean them out.

One time use, chemical sterilization, dipping in silicon or printing in abs and smooth in aceton are possible.

does it work? does it withstand the presssure?

printed at 100% fill it is quite solid. try it out and report your findings, please. The locking screw was quite britle in my print.

When printed at 100%, what is the estimated volume of each part separately?

What are the last two parts for?

Screw and nut to fix the position. New feature, not shown on the picture yet.