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Fresh Cup + plate - Taza Refrigerada con plato

by JAMh, published

Fresh Cup + plate - Taza Refrigerada con plato by JAMh Jun 23, 2013

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Fresh Cup.
I believe that the biggest difference from regular fabrication and 3d printing is the ability to make new forms.
In this case, a cup with empty spaces in his walls so it helps keeping fresh the outside.

And second version with a small pate for a biscuit

;-)

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In that case, bad insulation will warm up your cold coffee faster, too.
In Spain we usually take it with ice cubs.
I've never seen it elsewhere...
Cold coffee is refreshing? ;)

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An extrusion printer already lets you choose how much "infill" you get, anything from 0% for totally hollow to 100% for nearly-solid. In-between values get you various grid patterns.
That's why the holes are made: to be exactly there.
Wouldn't internal airflow REDUCE the insulation value?
In the first type:

Closed spaces of air inside the wall helps insulation and keeps the liquid warm while the outside is fresh.

In the second type:

It's for refreshing most of the time as the air flows inside the small conducts in the wall. And so, the insulation goes down.
Cold coffee is refreshing? ;)
In Spain we usually take it with ice cubs.
I've never seen it elsewhere...
In that case, bad insulation will warm up your cold coffee faster, too.
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