Handle for Mokka maker

A replacement handle for a "6 cup" Bialetti clone

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Description

This is a more or less accurate reproduction of the original handle that had broken off.

It is held in place by 2.5mm pins that can be easily driven out and in again with a hammer and a punch (or a nail).

The Arabic text on the handle says "Coffee", as I made this for an Iraqi friend.

Onshape link: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/c8c93d5a7ab4c19d0527a39e/w/e66827294fce8355bbd22dae/e/c73053e9e534a60666a68b81

Materials and methods

This was printed in HTPLA and then annealed (90°C for 45 minutes in a convection oven). I annealed it after mounting so the part mating with the mokka wouldn't deform.

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1ba1b597a96e779eec54fcabc32dac1f?default=blank&size=40Duane Hofstetter added this to the Household collection ago
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