big tea cup which I like a lot

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big tea cup which I like a lot by arroy Jun 20, 2013
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this is a big tea cup which I like a lot, and if it can be made by glass, it would be great.

did anyone try to print it?

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I tried printing this and aborted as the bottom of the cup did not print, so it would have a problem holding water! I printed in PLA 0.2mm thick and solid infill as I wanted it to be watertight. The big hole in the bottom cancelled that out :-)
Looked at the STL file and it is very thin at the bottom with a strange T-structure that looks like it is there to support the bottom of the cup bowl.
I was printing with both rafts and supports using MakerWare.
The STL file probably needs adjusting to make a thinker base.