Coffee Cup

"Coffee tastes better in a 3D printed Coffee Cup"

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Description

The primary goal of this project was to see if a 3D printed cup could withstand the 97 ° C hot coffee. And it did!
Please note that I did not actually drink out of the cup, i have no idea what's going on in there when the hot coffee and printed nylon come together, it simply does not feel safe (yet).
This print was done in Taulman 3D Nylon 618.
As always i have included an STL and a STEP file. TopSolid 7 sourcefile is also available.

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Mini monkey businessNex added this to the Alpha [o] collection ago
Mini monkey businessNex added this to the Beta collection ago
2ff3af25ad2f81eabf2ccbe0dece4797?default=blank&size=403dprintingnerd added this to the To Make collection ago
C3f154aa6c5363bc08411d003ff06ef6?default=blank&size=40jansol added this to the JCollection01 collection ago
C8a2a651fffa4134ed2298c43c71b0be?default=blank&size=40flitplane added this to the Vases and Drinking Cups collection ago
29e420375c0441efd861fbe20925e8ed?default=blank&size=40vrillusions added this to the Things to Print collection ago
B2a541f8009206c731b7a1b69b6ee887?default=blank&size=40V3rtax commented ago

Try printing it in PET. Its fully food safe.

B6d9f399b335a2bdfd6a904bcdebc53d?default=blank&size=40Andy Hendry added this to the Cup collection ago
Mini p1040378Daniel Norée published this design ago