Zheng3 Cocktail Arsenal

by zheng3, published

Zheng3 Cocktail Arsenal by zheng3 Aug 5, 2012

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Includes: battle axe, tepoztopilli, assegai, trishula, claymore, and guan dao.

Warning: Consumption of alcohol in the presence of weapons has been shown to initiate armed conflict.

Mrs. Zheng3's Long Island Iced Tea recipe: http://bit.ly/MXPaHx


No assembly required. Just print, then add fruit and booze.

Might also work for hors d'oeuvres.

Bottoms up!

UPDATE 8/8/12: Now available on Ponoko for folks without 3D printers:


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Nice detail! Made them into an assortment of hair pins for my daughter. Set all of them to 218 cm (x-uniform scale). Printed at 75% fill with metallic silver filament (colorfabb). She likes them!

i'd like to make some of these -- you think the plastic is food-safe enough given that it'd only be in the cocktail for at most 30 minutes ?

My experience with an ABS shot-glass seem to indicate that alcohol interacts with ABS...

Printed shot glass using Natural white ABS shipped with Printrbot. Shot-glass appeared to have no holes through base or walls.
Filled with water to test. When filled with water there was no evidence of leaks.
Filled with rum (Gosling's 'Black Seal' IIRC.)... rum dribbled everywhere, I did not con
sume rum because of risk of drinking ABS breakdown products.

contains FDA approval for use of ABS in food safe products, (though there is an exception stated for the storage of alcohol) I have no idea how to interpret "storage" but it's completely
possible to interpret products like this as banned for sale in the US.

Picky cocktail drinkers pick Zheng's picks!

This reminds me of when I used to take cocktail swords (the transparent kind) and give them to my Star Wars action figures.