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The motor used was listed on Amazon as: Flormoon DC Motor Mini Electric Motor 3V 8500RPMI'll make this notation adjustment in step 7 - thank you.
For those asking -1) I'll swap out the .max files for download in step 5 to .stl files.2) The motor used was listed on Amazon as: Flormoon DC Motor Mini Electric Motor 3V 8500RPMThanks again for the interest.
A good thought, and I had thought about a straw hole, but went with angling the spout to accommodate a straw. I was trying to keep it minimal. As you mention, it adds another level of rubber plug and then how do you attach the plug when you're using a straw, etc. I was also looking ahead to version 2.0 when I'd be using the space on the left (where a straw hole would fit nicely) for a larger ON/OFF switch.Post pics if you happen to make the adjustment - would love to see folks variations (and improvements) - ty
Agreed - evaporative is more effective, but on this small of a scale I don't know that there would be enough of a difference to offset the more complex system, slightly larger motor/power source and tighter spec tolerances to push air through a material and still have enough air flow on the back end. My intent was to simply downsize the Styrofoam cooler concept so that it was functional yet flexible enough to work on multiple cup/tumbler form-factors and still maintain the ability to drink the contents.Would love to see a sketch of what you had in mind.Thanks
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