Originally shared by Daniel Norée Good Morning! "Coffee tastes better in a 3D printed

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(Daniel Norée) #1

Originally shared by Daniel Norée

Good Morning!

“Coffee tastes better in a 3D printed Coffee Cup”
Does a 3D printed coffee cup withstand 97°C coffee? Yes it does!

Printed in Taulman 3D Nylon 618

Files available here: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/coffee-cup

(ThantiK) #2

Man that’s gonna stain!

(Daniel Norée) #3

@ThantiK i wanted to beat @Richard_Horne to it, using coffe to dye Nylon… :wink:

(Daniel Norée) #4

I might as well add to it that it’s 100% waterproof. I left it on the table until the coffee was cold. Printed with 2 shells, 10% infill.

(Mark Durbin) #5

I used Balsamic vinegar, came out a nice chocolate brown…

(Perry Ismangil) #6

What about ‘food safety’ issue… Are you drinking plastic??

(Daniel Norée) #7

@Perry_Ismangil 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).