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Coffee Cup

by tioguerra, published

Coffee Cup by tioguerra Sep 19, 2012

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Just another coffee cup.

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unless you print it with PLA,
PLA is used in salad/fruit clamshells (biodegradeable deli containers), food packaging, disposable cups, disposable tableware, portion cups, and obviously more. so fairly sure its safe enough to use.

a few example references:
salad clamshells:
http://www.amazon.com/Composta...

inner lining of dixie cups:
http://www.amazon.com/Dixie%C2...

fully biodegradable cold cups:
http://www.amazon.com/Clear-Co...

Hey guys, I am glad this was of some use. I just made this cup as an exercise to recall how to use CAD software after some 10 years. I don't have a 3D printer myself, so I really had no idea how the handle would feel when I designed it. Thanks also for posting the pictures, it's really cool to see something you designed becoming a real object in another continent!

What in the ...  LOL, but are you not afraid to drink a hot liquid in plastic that will leech chemicals into your body?

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tioguerra on Nov 3, 2012 said:

Hey guys, I am glad this was of some use. I just made this cup as an exercise to recall how to use CAD software after some 10 years. I don't have a 3D printer myself, so I really had no idea how the handle would feel when I designed it. Thanks also for posting the pictures, it's really cool to see something you designed becoming a real object in another continent!

DarkAlchemist on Nov 3, 2012 said:

What in the ...  LOL, but are you not afraid to drink a hot liquid in plastic that will leech chemicals into your body?

Gadmek on Jul 9, 2013 said:

unless you print it with PLA,
PLA is used in salad/fruit clamshells (biodegradeable deli containers), food packaging, disposable cups, disposable tableware, portion cups, and obviously more. so fairly sure its safe enough to use.

a few example references:
salad clamshells:
http://www.amazon.com/Composta...

inner lining of dixie cups:
http://www.amazon.com/Dixie%C2...

fully biodegradable cold cups:
http://www.amazon.com/Clear-Co...

anewsome on Nov 3, 2012 said:

I guess this needs to be printed at 100% infill in order to be watertight? I printed a big mug at 150% scale, took 4 hours but it's not watertight.

scotty1024 on Sep 20, 2012 said:

Best coffee cup on Thiniverse! I printed mine 195% so it was properly sized for use here in Seattle. :-)

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