2015-03-23 (M) 3D Printed Automatic Tea Maker INSTRUCTABLE

An Instructable was made for the 3D Printed Automatic Tea Maker. The Instructable was made by resourcing pictures from this blog. Only fifteen photos were selected for the Instructable and not all were used. This blog had dozens of photos which painstakingly showed the process from conception through revisions, mistakes, and finally the demonstration videos. The Instructable was meant as a concise guide for building the device rather than a journal which documented the building of it.

The project was entered into the Automation Contest and votes are always appreciated if you frequent Instructables. The project was featured very quickly and appeared on the Featured list of projects.

Screenshot of Instructable

Files for 3D Printed Automatic Tea Maker:

To do:
  • Make parts list
  • Make Instructable

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

A list showing of all the final posts of COMPLETED projects.

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