Reprap Teardrop Shot Glass

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Reprap Teardrop Shot Glass by raldrich Sep 27, 2011
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Having finally gotten my printer to produce clean prints, I decided it was time to celebrate, which means making the obligatory shot glass :-)

I decided I wanted something reprap related, so I designed a shot glass in the shape of a hollowed out, tapered reprap teardrop.


Print, fill with your favorite alcohol, drink.

Actually, unless you coat it with food grade urethane first, I wouldn't suggest using it.

The walls are just a fraction more than 2mm thick, so I printed it with 2 extra shells, and an extrusion width of 0.424, which results in a filament spacing of 0.333, and produces a solid wall with no center gap.

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Short-term testing shows that they hold alcohol, while long-term testing shows a major design flaw - all the alcohol leaks out of the top, and they need repeated refilling.

Was it alcohol-tight? ;)