Sometimes, you just don’t want to attach hose to use water. Since the exit isn’t constraining the water flow like a faucet does, water usually splashes everywhere. Use this adapter to turn a standard US garden water outlet to an easy to control faucet. The port tube is tilted 30 degrees. If you have any other plans with the the water outlet, you can switch the 30 degree port with your own design, i.e. Y splitter. Enjoy!
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2211049
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