Venturi valve 3D printable model

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  • #97779
    Davide SherDavide Sher
    Keymaster

    This is a venturi valve 3D printable model available as a free download from GrabCad at this LINK

     

    #97932

    First test print of the Venturi with antibacterial PLA!!

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    #97934
    Maker_Mau
    Participant

    Hi, can share your settings and procedure for 3D printing. Thx in advance.

    #98111

    Hello,

    The material I used is this https://www.xyzprinting.com/en/material/antibacterial-pla.

    I used stainless steel nozzle, I have replaced the feeder gears with stainless steel gears, additionally I use this printer only for antibacterial materials.

    The setup is the same as printing PLA, I can upload the g-code I used if you want.

    #98150
    Peter Derechkey
    Participant

    What does the 0.33 stand for?

    #98201
    Daniel
    Participant

    Hi, can you direct me to a resource explaining how to use this valve? Thank you!

    #98297
    Pavel
    Participant

    Thank you very much, David!

    Tell me, please – could I publish them also on my site karpilenko.com under your name?

    Best regards,

    Pavel

    #98546
    Davide SherDavide Sher
    Keymaster

    Important update 

    Full range of 5 respirator-free reanimation Venturi’s valves (rev. 4) has been releasd. It has been designed for horizontal and vertical production in low and high volume.

    FiO2 / flow:

    – 40 % / 42 lpm

    – 37 % / 50 lpm

    – 34 % / 59 lpm

    – 30 % / 86 lpm

    – 28 % / 120 lpm

    #98547

    Hello,

    is it possible to share the CAD models of the above valves?

    #98716
    Sunil Anand
    Participant

    Hello

     

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    #98740
    Jeff
    Participant

    Hi ,

    Can we get the 3D of this valve?

    #99041
    John Sierra
    Participant

    Hello!

    We want to help printing some of these valves, I’ve downloaded the files to print in Form2 machines.
    Has anyone here printed these valves on SLA? Can the support material be omitted? Which is the most recommended valve to print (there are some with small pieces and an old model).

    Thank you! 🙂

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