When a project calls for an adhesive such as E6000, I prefer to use the small (0.18 fl oz) tubes. Although precision tips are readily available for the larger tubes, it is hard to find them for the small tubes. So I decided to make my own.
I used "Tap and Die for 3D Printed Threads" by DaveGadgeteer.
to make the tips.
Thank You Dave Gustavson for sharing.
E6000_CAP_maker.scad is a remix of DaveGadgeteer's Thread_Die_Maker_for_3D_printing.scad file, with the parameters I used to make the E6000 Precision tip (E6000_CAP_maker.stl).
NOTE: 3D Builder indicates E6000_CAP_maker.stl is defective but it's unable to repair it. I repaired the file using Meshmixer, but 3d Builder still indicated it was defective. However Slic3r, Cura and Simplify 3D are all able to open it with no problem, so I decided to just leave well-enough alone.
After printing the nozzle, you may want to drill out the adhesive path with a 1.5 or 2mm drill bit. This is just to provide a clear, smooth path.