WallyWorld Moose Mug 2
by kencaid, published
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This thing is a refinement of my prior WallyWorld Moose Mug. After re-watching the youtube clip a couple of times, I decided to made the following changes: nose (longer & more tapered), nostrils (on the side of the nose), antlers (more realistic, maybe?), and a rounder larger mug body shape.
The dovetail attachment for the antlers is the same as the prior version, so you can select the antler version that you prefer.
I am not cooking or heating anything in this & do not intend to let any contents reside in it for very long. I intend to hand wash them after every use
Print the mug and two antlers (brown ABS if you have it or color it later). Clean up the tapered dovetail features until the antler tenon slips in & locks over the ridge at the bottom of the mug's mortise. Print at least two, one for you and an associate - or as many as you need.
Darken the eyes and nostrils with a colored pencil or by some other means, which will not be dissolved or wash off with a seal.
Seal for leaks with a wash of acetone and/or abs juice.
For storage between eggnog times: the antlers will slide off & fit inside.
CAPACITY: These holds about 200 ml (6.76 oz); filling it with 6 oz leaves a little brim room for walking about.
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