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By acidici
Try something different for your tap handles. Will be adding more accessories for the home brewer or beer drinker. (previously HomeBrew3D) As I grow the store, I will add actual photos. I am using simple renders of the models to give you a good idea. Let me know if you'd like to see more any specific detail. Thanks for shopping! PLEASE NOTE: For the time being, you will have to buy a small nut (3/8"-16) and glue it to the bottom of the tap handle. These are available at any hardware store or online. This was the easiest solution to make sure that there was a good thread. I am looking to make threads on some models, but on some materials, like ceramics, this won't be possible.


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