A model of an Erlenmeyer flask. I had some color changing material left and wanted to make some kind of interesting vessel to drink coffee from, this is it. It is PLA which I know, is not technically for food stuff, but I like to live on the edge. It holds up pretty well actually, but if your coffee is scalding hot, you can tell the material gets flimsier than at room temp. Its still a good flask to use for whatever, but no graduation marks on it.
Done with 4 perimeters, 4 bottom layers, 0 top. PLA at 215, bed 55. Scaled Z to 112mm, Printed in 2:28. P.S. Object has no thickness, it is determined entirely by perimeter and floor thickness.