Teethy Tiki

by cerberus333, published

Teethy Tiki by cerberus333 Feb 11, 2013




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Yes, Yet another Tiki.
I wanted a more festive happy tiki for
demo prints.

I am adding 3 versions in cup form
(the ones ending in holo)
or if you prefer print 0% infill and no top on the original "solid" version.


0% infill and 2 shells
240 degrees
.27 slice

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Hey, nice desig. Can you tell me what is te volume of this tiki cup? Can you upload one for 500 ml?

Nice, how did you make this? Was it a scan? I'm changing it to make a shot glass for a Hawaiian party we've got coming up, will print in wood, will upload a pic. Thanks

Modeled in sculptris. Flat cut with meshmixer.

Any chance of a hollow version I could make into a pencil holder?

I can make a "hollow" one,
alternately you can print with 0% infill and 0 top levels (top is flat)
I'll make a hollow one but i personally think the 0% method is superior.
(assuming that the slicing software doesn't make strings internally)

Sometimes it's nice to just be able to download a model and not fuss with all the settings...

no problem. i made 3, exaggerated the last 2 in the x/y to make larger cups.