All shower heads end in the same way generally: the limestone closes the nozzles and they become unusable. This observation gave me the idea to make a head with an interchangeable diffuser that would be easy and quick to print (1 h 30).
The printing of the head is the most complicated and longest (10 h) but it is only necessary to do it once in principle.
By fully tightening the diffuser in the head, I did not notice any leakage at the periphery. If you have leaks, it is probably because the bottom of the head of the pommel is not perfectly flat. If this bothers you, you can always wrap teflon tape on the thread of the diffuser.
Screwing the diffuser into the pommel is difficult the first time because of the large diameter and fine pitch. I advise you to slightly oil the thread of the diffuser and then screw it in tightly. After this operation, the screwing/unscrewing can be done without forcing.
02/02/2019 - First release
Printed in PLA with 0.2 mm resolution and 20 % infill.
- Print as oriented in the STL to have a nice screw pitch at the base. If you want to optimize time and PLA, tilt the part at 25° (see photo).
- Need support
- Print as oriented in the STL
- No support
- 4 mm edge to avoid disbonding
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