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Two versions of a plug for a sink or bath.For your home
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I had a poor fitting metal plug in my bath which has annoyed me for quite a while due to the not-quite-right fit so I have created a plastic version.
This is a two part design so that it can be printed without supports or the need for any bridging. Initially, the idea was to glue the two parts together but I found that, once printed, the two parts snap together with a satisfying click. This will depend on the printer calibration.
The plug does not have a handle and is to be used with a chain fitted. The bath plug has a maximum diameter of 44 mm and the sink plug is 37.4 mm.
On the bath plug, the plastic section which is attached to the chain broke so I have modified the bath plug attachment to be a little meatier. A combination of the weight of water and the amount of suction from removing the plug from the hole requires quite a lot of force to release the plug. Please use version 2.
Materials and methods
Printer: Ender 3
Resolution: 0.20 mm
Nozzle Temp: 240°
Bed Temp: 70°
Top Layers: 4
Bottom Layers: 4
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