WallyWorld Moose Mug

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WallyWorld Moose Mug by kencaid Mar 21, 2013
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Xmas Vacation Eggnog Mug


Oh yes, I am not cooking or heating anything in this and do not intend to let any contents reside in it for very long. I intend to hand wash them after every use.

After making a couple I decided to revise this and created a second larger version. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:70309


Print the mug and two antlers (brown ABS if you have it or color it later). Clean up the tapered dovetail features until the antler tenon slips in & locks over the bump at the bottom of the mug's mortise. Print at least two, one for you and an associate - or as many as you need.
I included an antler stl oriented flat since it was oriented oddly for printing when I drew it, you only need the flat orientation - structurally the dovetail feature would be stronger in this orientation due to the graininess of 3D printing, but mine are strong enough in the flat orientation and they were easier to print in the flat orientation.
Darken the eyes and nose with a colored pencil or by some other means, which will not be dissolved or wash off with a seal.
Seal for leaks with a wash of acetone and/or abs juice.
For storage between eggnog times, the antlers will slide off and nicely fit inside.
CAPACITY: These comfortably hold 100 ml (3+ oz) with brim room for walking about.

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I imported the files into Cura and the antlers went well, but the cup is only 2 mm x 3mm big. Did I make a mistake?

Humm, sounds like the scale that those parts were created at was different. Within CURA there is a SCALE tab, I just checked it and it did work at 2540 for the scale. Just in case though I opened that .stl and resaved it at the larger unit size. Added that .stl file and an image of the CURA (2.7.0 - Beta) screen with the scale function displayed. If you are interested in scaling or reorienting the base parts, you may also be interested in Netfabb Studio. It is (or at least was) free for individuals and I have used it a lot to flip things around and even cut parts into printer size items so I can print larger things.

I see a set of these being made for Christmas this year