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This is a hand for wine holding. Both parts printed with witbox @200 microns. Supports are needed in the outer face of the hand.
Idea was taken from this model https://www.myminifactory.com/object/some-wine-682
I used a hand from the open source program make human, added subdivision with blender and edited the hand in order to fit a standard 750ml wine bottle and fit to the base. In the first version the bottle was unstable sitting on the middle finger so i rigged the fingers and made the three of them hold the bottle (last photo). Maybe a little glue is needed to keep the hand on the base.
UPDATE 12/09/2015: I uploaded an other version of the base which it shorter (±15.4 cm). It was asked by the user chrisdug. I quickly proportional edited the front part in order to make it shorter (know I should have done it from scratch but aint nobody got time for that). The shorter base hasn't be tested yet but I am quite sure it will work as the other base (given that i didn't edit the part that mounts to the hand). Feel free to make any other modification
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