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This is a simple drink coaster I made. The primary purpose of this coaster is to collect condensation that builds up and drips down.
Quite a bit can be held before it fills up!
It's undergone a few revisions, and seems to be pretty good.
This newest revision has taller walls and deeper channels.
Update: There's now a more can-sized version available. Some parts don't scale down well, so this is a remodel and not just a scale!
1) Print this out.
2) Set a drink on it. ;)
As is it works very well, but if it's not quite, I reccomend:
Additionally, you can use some sticky-cork on the bottom to prevent skidding.
Another enhancement is to use a brush and paint on some rubber silicon (Normally used for calking bathrooms or the like) onto the top for more non-skid.
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