I designed these feet for the " Didiesse frog collection" coffee machine (frog revolution is the same).
I made these models because my coffee maker was making too much noise during use, with these two models I was able to dissipate a little 'noise.
[I do not own the other coffee machines of this brand but from the site it seems that the feet I drew go well for others.]
I made two models, you can identify them with the following names:
My advice is to use the TPU if the purpose is to reduce the noise (about 10Db less by replacing them all), or use the PLA in case of replacement.
I have printed both articles in TPU with 15-20% infill (gyroid).
With a sound level meter app found on Google Play I calculated the difference in noise (I know it's not very precise but I needed a way to measure noise variation).
In any case, these are the values I found:
Normality: 70 Db
Standard foot + Cover_cof: 65 Db
My Cof: 59 Db
My Cof + Cover_Cof: 54 Db
(Remember that all values are approximate)
I will try to make more precise measurements and design further upgrades. If you found my drawings useful, let me know with a comment below if you tried them and how they work for you, it's important to have your feedback! :)
21 x 21 x 13,7 mm
Hi, I'm Manfredi Laguardia, I'm an engineering student and a maker.
I started with an amateur 3D printing page called "3D Manfactory" which today has become 3D LAB Aproca.
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