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A 3D design for a pythagorean siphon, which uses the same principles as the "greedy cup" or a fabric softener dispenser in a washing machine. As you pour a liquid in, nothing happens. that is, until enough water is stored. once this happens, most, if...

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It explained the physics behind the amazing hydrodynamic mechanism called the Pythagorean siphon, also known as a greedy cup siphon. I have been fascinated with this idea for a while, so I designed and 3d printed a functional greedy cup. It works...

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Model siphon is made as accurately as possible in relation to the real product (Ukinox)

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here is a shower siphon or other with a diameter of 50 mm for the hole and 115 mm with the flange.

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This is a siphon I designed on tinkercad.This is sized too large to fit on my build plate so I sized it to X: 140mm Y: 50.53mm and Z: 9.04.(This worked best for me)It took my printer 1hr. ...Happy printing!

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The Pythagorean Cup is designed to drain itself by a siphoning effect once filled beyond a certain point. Be prepared for a mess! ...This cup was designed using Fusion 360.

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A Pythagorean Cup, also known as a Greedy Cup. ...Uses dual internal siphons to empty the glass once liquid is filled above a certain level.No supports are necessary.

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This is my (second) take on the classic Pythagorean Cup, aka the "greedy cup", which uses the concept of a bell siphon to drain its contents out of the bottom after the liquid level gets past a certain point. The siphon tube is routed through the...

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There is no tower in the middle of the cup to house the siphon tubes! The model is 120 mm tall and 98 mm at its widest point. PLA was used for this print. ... Recommended print settings: .1 mm layer height 2 walls Around 40-50 mm/s print speed ...

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# Parameterized Pythagorean Tree A [_Pythagorean Tree_][pythagorean_tree] is a > plane fractal constructed from squares [pythagorean_tree]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagoras_tree_(fractal)

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This particular cup is an original design made on FreeCAD from scratch, based on the principles of pythagorean cups. It has been printed and is 100% functional. Scaled versions of the cup should be functional, although narrowing the ducts reduces...

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Pythagorean cup i designed. ... I printed it in 0.2 mm Resolution but it doesn't matter.

prusaprinters

......Great example of Pascal's principle of communicating vessels. More info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_cup Print instructionsI printed it with PLA (EasyPrint PLA), at 195C, 55C bed, 0.18mm layers and 15% infill on FlashForge Adventurer 3.

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... That Pythagoras originated this very simple proof is sometimes inferred from the writings of the later Greek philosopher and mathematician Proclus.Several other proofs of this theorem are described below, but this is known as the Pythagorean one.

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This is a puzzle to help visually show the Pythagorean Theorem by using the pieces from 2 smaller sides to create the hypotenuse squared. C. Heckley & G. ...Wright, May 2018

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When it is filled beyond a certain point, a siphoning effect causes the cup to drain its entire contents through the base. ...(Wikipedia)

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In mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem—or Pythagoras' theorem—is a relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle. It states that the square of the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) is equal to the sum of the...

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A Pythagorean cup (also known as a Pythagoras cup, a Greedy Cup or a Tantalus cup) is a form of drinking cup which forces its user to imbibe only in moderation. Credited to Pythagoras of Samos, it allows the user to fill the cup with wine up to a...

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This small puzzle shows how the Pythagorean Theorem works. The pieces can be used to create two smaller squares or one big one. ...Hence: a²+b²=c²The squares are printed a little larger such that the pieces will easily fit.The exact measures can be...

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This small puzzle shows how the Pythagorean Theorem works. The pieces can be used to create two smaller squares or one big one. Hence: a²+b²=c² The squares are printed a little larger such that the pieces will easily fit. ... The exact measures can be...

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A small puzzle inspired by a visual proof of the pythagorean theorem. The goal of the puzzle is to place all 4 triangles and either the two smaller squares or the large square inside the base. ... There is also a bonus puzzle involving the lid and...

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This is a variation of a Pythagorean cup that looks like a regular cup. If the cup is not completely filled, the liquid does not pour out if you hold the cup straight, but when filling above a certain level, all the liquid will drain to the bottom.

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The Pythagorean cup - redesigned as a mug! I checked out other designs online for a mug, but they weren't to my liking. This mug features a very smooth appearance, and discreetly hides liquid piping beneath. ... If you fill it too high, it starts...

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... is a representation of the famous A squared plus B squared equals C squared. ...You will need to have 4 triangles and two of the bases. The base file is PTB, standing for Pythagorean Theorem base. ...This is perfect to teach kids about this equation.