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Published on April 15th, 2014 | by maxvo

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POKAL Spice Shot Glasses





Who doesn’t have a few spare shot glasses at home? But when the party is over and the hangover kicks in, they have pretty much lost their use. Until Now. These very convenient 3D printed lids turn your leftover shot glasses into some cool spice glasses.

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Materials

1 x POKAL Shot glasses
1 x 3D Printed  Lids (or download file here)

How To

Print the files at a Hub in your neighbourhood or on your own printer at home. If you want to personalise the lids even further by adding your loved ones’ initials, head on over to Tinkercad, upload the file and go crazy. As for printing material we would advise Laybrick or wood for a more sophisticated natural look, but PLA in a colour of your choice should also work out just fine. Once you have printed them, simply slide them onto your glasses and you’re good to go.

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One Response to POKAL Spice Shot Glasses

  1. Marcello says:

    while PLA is generally considered food-safe i don’t think it’s a good idea to use 3D-printed stuff for conserving food (http://reprage.com/post/36869678168/is-3d-printed-pla-food-safe/). I couldn’t find any kind of research testing Laybrick.

    also conserving spices in a non air-tight container is not a really smart idea.

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