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Sink Strainer - Drain Catch
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This goes in a drain and catches stuff too big to go through the holes.
This is a corrective remix of HarlanDMii's Drain Cover that was having trouble rendering online and in OpenSCAD.
-- STL Version 1.9-4 has the fluted post (handle) and should be printed with high fill or a thick shell since the skinny part is prone to breaking if hollow.
-- I've added a non-customizer file in a zip file.
-- Added a 0.2mm "helper disk" to help printing adhesion.
I have a few more things to release in the next version, if time allows...
I don't think that they scaling feature works correctly since the the 38mm one I just tested seems to be 40mm in Makerware.
Note: I've included a "Hi Res" STL version of the 40mm file. It is probably easiest to just use that one and scale it in your slicer rather than try to customize the correct scale.
Until the customizer version has more features, I would recommend that you simple download the "HiRes" STL file and scale it in your slicer for the correct diameter.
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