Adam and I

Real Shot Glass

by hoeken, published

Adam and I
Real Shot Glass by hoeken Apr 20, 2009

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It's high time someone made a real, accurate model of a shot glass. This is my first attempt at said operation. I have not tested this shot glass yet, but it should theoretically be accurate. I'll know in half an hour.



  1. Print 2 or more on your MakerBot
  2. Fill with legal drink of choice.
  3. Have a toast to the future with friends.

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The instructions made me cringe more than when I think about the time I called my primary school teacher mum.....

I don't suppose you have the source for this...?

hoeken - in reply to grim

i took a normal shot glass and measured it with calipers.

So thick at the bottom.

What settings did you all use to have it not leak? I guess i probably should have set the fill % to 100. !0% might not have been enough ha ha.

If I've gotten as used to reading the stl renderer as I think I have, you could print perhaps FOUR of these simultaneously! Instant party!

Hah! I'll print these in 15 minutes straight on my Mendel!

instant, 4-hour wait party!!!!

Ha ha, so more of a "hey the shotglasses are done!" kind of thing.

Any party where you say "hey the shotglasses are done" is a pretty good party, I say.

agreed. i cant wait to have makerbot running making shot glasses at the next NYCR party.

Now you need to put the peanut butter in the chocolate, as it were, and combine the bar-bot and the makerbot, so that the shotglass is full at the end of the process. :-)