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Big StrawGlass V2 (aprox. 0.5L)

by Segeer Jun 26, 2014
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What's the average print time for one of these?

Thanks

Maybe it's safe to drink once, but you can't wash it thoughtfully, many bacteria can survive between print layers and little cracks. So be warned.

I don't think this is recommended with the majority of filaments. There are filaments like certain TPUs formulated to be food safe and FDA approved. I am not personally trusting of government entities( the FDA included) but until there is reputable group doing some private testing I am and would suggest anybody steer away from using common filaments this way. I sure would hate someone to o be a "victim" of their ignorance....

nice design dude. just printed one. will upload some pic tomorrow maybe.

hi i made one and one side has small holes in it any way to fill them or any way you can make another file? i used 100% infill

is it safe to drink from pla cup?

That depends on the pla. I think colored PLA or PLA from a cheap source is a huge risk and wouldn't drink out of it!
http://reprage.com/post/36869678168/is-3d-printed-pla-food-safe

UPDATED. Old version was only for 0.5mm nozzle now you can select between 0.4 and 0.5mm nozzle sizes.

Infill: full
Perimeter/walls: 1mm for 0.5mm nozzle, 1.2mm for 0.4mm nozzle
my layer height: 0.2mm

Wall thickness seems not 1.2 - 1.4 at least with 0.4mm nozzle 50% in fill it print only outer perimeter and inner perimeter no infill between those. I'm sure cap between perimeters wasn't 0.4 - 0.8mm
Because water tightness of this model heavily depends from you slicing settings as well as you printer.
Could please you share setting what you use to print watertight.
Slicing:

  • layer height
  • Infill %
    Printer:
  • nozzle size

Yes, of course. I printed 4 of them and no one leaks. Walls thickness is about 1.2 - 1,4mm it simply can't leak when your printer is well adjusted.

does your work seeger?