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3d Printing A Measuring Cube Kitchen Gadget + Thoughts On Fda Approved Filament And 3d Printing


Everyone always says. Joel, why don’t you put practical things? Why don’t you print useful things? Why don’t you stop printing pokemons and print normal stuff, awesome stuff, useful things. So I did I printed. One of these might say what it is, and we’re gonna see if it works. I’m Joel. This is 3d printing nerd. What is this thing? This is a measuring cube. The idea is the cube takes the place of these these measuring cups ranging from one cup all the way down to a quarter teaspoon. Yeah, a bunch of these. They take up a lot of space in drawers. Sometimes they get melted because of some reason or another. Sometimes they get lost, they get thrown away. They get broken. So why can’t you not only print something that will replace something that is more useful because it takes up less space. All of these should be able to be replaced by this thing, which takes up this much space and just really quickly. The idea was the the Sigma that printed this poly alchemy elixir filament It wasn’t burning it hot enough, so it jammed, so I changed the temperature and I printed again and it worked just fine, but we’re not here to test this filament. Were here to test this. This is sugar. This is a spoon and the sugar should be able to go into this and we can test to make sure that, for example, this one cup and this one cup are the same lets. Stop talking about it and lets. Just do it, let’s test it. I mean, a spoonful of sugar does help the medicine go down, not gonna do that. Let’s just go for the gussto. Let’s go for the big one. This is one cup we will fill it with some sugar. Holy cow, a cup of sugar. That is a lot now that we have the sugar in the one cup. Let’s see if we can pour it into this one cup without making too much of a mess. Okay, uh, uh, it’s a little bit difficult to see, but it’s super close. It’s not, it’s not perfect. It’s not perfect cop, but I don’t. I don’t know if this is a perfect cup, but it’s super close. I wasn’t expecting that. Well, let’s put this back because that’s how you get it. Let’s test. Let’s test a medium-sized one. How about this 1/8 cup 1/8 cup here? We go much easier to fill. That’s for sure now. We need to find it on here. It’s in this section here. We go 1/8 cup. This is this a little bit closer. It still has room. I did spill a little bit, but it still has some room to playing. In fact, if we were to fill that up. All right, let’s do that, all right, So this is what this believes 1/8 of a cup is so if we were to try and pour that in well, some spilled out boy. I’m not very scientific about this young. Quit your day job! Well, it’s interesting. I don’t think we need to test them. All that’s not compelling, but I think what’s compelling is that 3d printing is being used to not just replace something You find in your kitchen, something useful. It’s made them better. You take up far less space with something like this. And if you’re making cookies, it’s accurate enough. I don’t think this something like this would work in some sort of industrial kitchen, but this isn’t built for an industrial kitchen. This is built for something like you and me someone at home. Who could use something like this? People are gonna say though. Is it food safe and even though the? FDA has certified some filaments as food safe or they say they’re. FDA approved for food safe. No filament is really food safe, and the reason is the filament has to pass through. Let’s see the extruder gears, the heatsink, the heater, block the nozzle there’s. Ptfe tubing some times in there that entire process would have to be certified by the FDA to be food safe and well, it’s not so no filament is technically food safe. What you want to watch out for is anything liquid or moist and anything that gets warm or hot. If you are making cookie cutters out of PLA abs ptg nylons. It really doesn’t matter or if you’re using regular PLA abs nylons PT Gs filaments to make something that measures dry goods. You’re generally okay. The reason we worry about food safe in filaments is because of the layer lines, and if it’s a moist thing or a wet thing, it can sometimes get caught within these layer lines and then decompose or decay. If you’re measuring flour or sugar or you’re using plastics to create cookie cutters that cut cookie dough that’s cold, you’re not heating it up and you’re not applying wet or moist to it. So generally it’s going to be a-okay well. If you want to print yourself your own measuring cube. I found it on Thingiverse and the link is going to be down in the description. I found this to be cool, and if you’d like to see more kitchen gadget e sort of things shown on the channel. Please leave a comment down below. And if you have an idea, let me know, alright? Well, we’re gonna call it. Good right here. The sugars out we should probably go make some cookies, but a big thanks for everybody that watches and subscribes to the channel. If you’re not subscribed, please do subscribe and ring that bell to be notified of when cool new stuff is uploaded to the channel. A big, thanks to everybody. The supports may be a patreon and Youtube, red and Paypal and sponsorship here on Youtube. In fact, my patrons are what allow me to hire Sean as my editor. Thank you, everyone, and I appreciate it when you let the ads play. Finally don’t forget to hug each other more. Because I love you guys as always. High-fi’ve [Music] you?

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