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DropCupC2

by hunterfrerich, published

DropCupC2 by hunterfrerich Oct 9, 2015
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DropCupC2 by hunterfrerich is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Dropcups with a nice texture that aids in layer bonding. The "Highcut" version on the right is the easiest to print and is stable enough for large tools, even empty.

Print these with "spiralize" setting or multiple wall and no top fill. Prints very rigid with 0.8mm-nozzle double-wall Silver PLA.

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Thanks for this simple design. Even in vase mode with single shell its stable enough to fit alot of tools in there. See my print in the "made" section.

When I open "tall cup" the model is solid. Am I missing something?

The only way to get true thin-wall prints with complex surfaces like these is to set your slicer to (x) number of walls. Some slicers have a "spiralize" setting to make it easy.

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