Espresso cup holder
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So when you take an espresso at the vending machines of a small office (at least here in Italy) you get this little plastic cup with hot coffee. This is a holder where these espresso cups perfectly fit. You'll feel at home, drinking with this holder will be so similar to drinking espresso at your home with your ceramic cup. The addedd value is that you'll never burns your fingers :)
I'm using it daily at my office ;)
This is an adaptation of a model I'm selling on Shapeways, you can buy it if you prefer not to print it :)
The model is very different due to optimization of the printing tecnique.
Note: I cannot guarantee perfect fitting of cups! You have to try them and... let me know in a comment ;)
Please check also the Tea cup holder!
If you print and use this object please post an action picture in the made section. Just a little satisfaction to me ;)
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0,2mm / layer
I sliced it with Cura and printed it in PLA. The object is optimized so that doesn't need supports. Use brim if you like more adhesion to the bed (I used it)
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