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Miniature centrifugal pump made with 3D printer
posted November 23 2010 21:10.44 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Isn't it nice when things just.. work? And more specifically, things that comes out of a 3D printer... Like this miniature centrifugal water pump posted in Madox website. The creator had a batch of mini motor left from an older purchase and wanted to make something for them. So he designed and made a water pump for the motor to fit, which is tiny! And it works perfect as well! Visit his page to see more photos of this remarkable item.




[Via: thingiverse]    [Link: Madox]
Tags: mechanical   3D printing   
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