Ultimate Trust Protective Cup

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Ultimate Trust Protective Cup by theroar Aug 8, 2012
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How better to show your son you care than to create a custom protective cup for him. =)


Not really intended for use, just thought it would be funny to make. Kid got a laugh out of it so I am happy. =)

Depending on the protective level you are shooting for you can choose different infill levels. I did use rafting and exterior support. Took an hour to print, or so.

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100% in-fill
amp; 10 perimeters ;)

Hmm... reactive armor plating... I expect a call from DARPA at any minute. =)

Looks like a cup for a Space Marine or a Mech of some kind. Who wouldn't want that? Now make it parametric with raised text/logos. Maybe Skull Squadron? :)

That looks like one dead Space Marine

-Duke Nukem

=) I like the logo idea. I kept picturing a target with a circle and a line through it. I am still trying to master sketchup and this was a challenge. Not sure if I will ever find a need for the technique I used, but ya never know.