Shamrock Shot

by Landru, published

Shamrock Shot by Landru Mar 16, 2012

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It's a shot glass, shaped like a shamrock.


I've included the solid file with no space for liquid, if you want to print it "hollow" from settings adjustments as opposed to dictated by the .stl.

You know what to do with it when it's done...

Please drink responsibly.

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nice model to test 3d printer belts

ust a bit of clarification on the above "2 cents". Only ABS and PC's are technically FDA direct food contact exposure plastics. Yes, I understand that that just being an ABS/PC constitute food grade, but generally both are considered relatively safe. The industry is moving aware from PC's, however, due to leaching problems when exposed to chlorine and water.

Meaning... ABS is the safe for indirect as well as direct food contact.

My 2 cents: Print with PLA as it is food safe i wouldnt trust this printed in ABS

I guarantee you should be more concerned about what is in the shot glass than what is in the plastic ;)