3d printed drip tray for Gaggia Classic Pro

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#1: Post by espressivo »

My teenaged daughter / 3d printing consultant made this slim drip tray for my Gaggia Classic Pro, which usefully increases the clearance under the portafilter so that taller cups and scales can fit beneath. There are several different plans online for this that are free downloads, but they are not all equally well-designed. It took some research and trial and error to find a good one, and to print it with PET-G filament, which is water resistant and food grade, but finnicky to print with.

If anyone has advice on 3d printing coffee accessories with PET-G, or recommends a different filament material, I'd be interested and grateful, as I have some additional projects in mind.