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Munt

Storz & Bickel Volcano 14.4/18.8mm adapter (Easy Valve)

by Munt Apr 8, 2015
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I didn't want to bother converting the .scad file in the customize-able version of this part so I decided to print this model out instead. It was too big so I'm going to scale it down and see if that fits.

Sucks that Customiser is broken on thingiverse at the moment. I recommend downloading and editing OpenSCAD and exporting from there if you can muster the effort, it's a better more accurate model.

I couldn't print the part that extends out without having it droop down. I'll try to add supports for it

What material is ideal for making products like this that need to not leech plastic to the user?

I'm don't think 3D printer plastics "leech" into cold air. Although, I have not researched it heavily. I wouldn't use common 3D printer plastics with food or hot air.

hey!!! i was wondering if you have the file for the red piece...
a friend is suffering because she can't find either of them....
thanks for uploading the model.... since i dont have size references is difficult for me to make the 3d model!
have a good one!

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Im sorry I made these ones from scratch I don't have the files for the red piece. However it might not be a good idea to use these types of plastics for a part that will be constantly heated. If you're really stuck I can give you some measurements from it.

no worries man.... i can always cast the pieces in bronce or aluminum.... if you can send me the meassurments for the red piece.... i will sure be able to complement your design..... its just a contour and revolution modelling job....
thanks for your promt response & recomendation.... the thing is that the orignial piece takes a while to get to mexico... and now a days we can solve stuff in a matter of hours!!!
i appreciate your help and hope you have a good day!

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You can take measurements from my mouth piece and extrapolate from there. The "valve" is just a soft rubber with an x cut in it with the mouth piece presses into (thus opening).

I don't have my callipers handy right now ... when i find them I'll send you some instructions. If you're really stuck all you need is to attach a roasting bag to the output of your volcano. A rubber band might do the job until you figure it out / receive the part in the mail.

check this video for what makes up the valve https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViufLenrrJA

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