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Battleshots by xaqfu May 19, 2012

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A scaled up, adult, and printable version of your favorite childhood board game.


These ships are designed for a 10x10 board of 1.75" squares. Recommended shot glasses can be found here:


You will need 34 glasses for a full set.

All ships except the carrier are single prints. The carrier is divided into a base, top, and locating pins. You will need a Replicator or equivalent size build platform for the carrier.

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3 years and noone noticed the Sub.stl was sized wrong :/ Might have been grabbed/resized before saving, the result is that shot slots are too small 1.25" vs the 1.5" that the rest are sized at. Can you fix and reupload

Any chance of modifying the files to incorporate a slightly larger shot glass? I have a ton of smaller 1.5 oz glasses that just barely don't fit.

Also how much?

xaqfu - in reply to Zodiac

Zodiac, I can offer printed sets. You can contact me here: guru232 at gmail dot com

xaqfu - in reply to xaqfu

Do to the email demand, I've decided just to put them up on Ebay. You can find them under my username here http://www.ebay.com/sch/roo2001/m.html?item=330906262605&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562http://www.ebay.com/sch/roo200...

How do I go about buying a set of these?

You should design a cup that fits in the ships and upload it too.

I'm working on a board design as well. Anyone with a laser cutter want to trade a set of ships for a board design?

where are you based

Omaha, NE

Awesome! :D I was totally going to make one of these very same things! My version used cheap tiny plastic cups so that every single square had a cup, and the "water" squares were actually water, so that you stayed hydrated whilst drinking! :D