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Shot by dgwilson Nov 17, 2012
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Print your own shot glasses



These look great printed with the right material. If you intend to use these as actual drinking vessels then please ensure you use "food safe" material.
This object can be used as a great exercise for your printer. Simple, effective with a known outcome.
You can also use your Google Sketchup skills to extrude lettering into / out of the shot glass.

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This wont slice with my settings in Repetier Host. It ends up trying to print a giant solid piece instead of a thin-walled cup.

then it is because you have a certain amount of infill. I set mine at 0 and that problem was fixed. :D