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Klingon Blood Wine Glass

by cerberus333, published

Klingon Blood Wine Glass by cerberus333 Nov 14, 2012

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a wine glass for the Klingon in you.

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Printed at
10% infill
.27 slice
80mm/sec
230 degrees
weighs 76.5 grams

I am going to finish this and line the cup
with latex (rubber) that you get from the
hobby stores for moldmaking.
so i can have shots of peppermint schnapps
KLINGON STYLE!

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I cant believe this printed perfectly on my Printrbot. Regular wine glasses don't print this well on my bot. haha Excellent design! Did you come up with this yourself? I don't remember seeing this cup in the series and I cant find any links to a bloodwine glass this extravagant.

It's just my own design.
Not any actual Star trek prop.
I just thought it was the kind of goblet
one would serve Klingon bloodwine in.

You should try and see if it works, but print this with a 0 infill and 1 or 2 ply walls. Make a little hole in the top of the hollow shell and fill it with concrete/plaster/ceramic mix....then fire it. You'd have a working cup?

The idea would work on some models, but you would loose detail, and skeinforge often inserts internal 'threads'.
it would be better to make a mold from the print and then cast the ceramic into the mold (rubber for a model of this kind in at least 5 parts due to undercuts).

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