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Sprout: Upcycle the Humble Milk Jug with 3D Printing (VIDEO)


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Really great idea and design but if white strong and flex material is not watertight then how can peope use it for this?
#1 Raymond (Homepage) on 2013-06-26 04:57 (Reply)
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Note that is says "Nylon" not other materials such as white strong and flex.
#1.2 Lindley Ruddick on 2013-06-27 19:51 (Reply)
White strong flexible is Nylon

To be super accurate it is polyamide. Nylon 12
#1.2.1 Duann on 2013-06-27 19:57 (Reply)
Raymond, it doesn't have to be watertight does it? It's not designed to stop water flowing, but to promote it....

This is a fantastic design. I hope it was submitted to Quirky.com... if not, sure as heck someone is going to copy it now.
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#2.1 the best steroids (Homepage) on 2013-07-16 16:11 (Reply)
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#3 John Trabelsi (Homepage) on 2013-06-27 19:14 (Reply)
Beautiful idea yet simple and clear. It's round in its perfect usefulness. I love it, just in the event you hadn't a feeling so far. ;-)
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#5 Justadude on 2013-06-28 02:35 (Reply)
That is a truly awesome design. I love the fact that it takes advantage or the 3d printing bypassing manufacturing limitations with the rolling ball valve. Very elegant solution for reusing the jugs. Of course it's only useful for those who buy their milk/water in those jugs, but I still love it!!
#6 George I. (Homepage) on 2013-06-28 23:59 (Reply)

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