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Missile Beer Can Koozie

by cmar Mar 26, 2016
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+1 on the 1% increase. Fun design though I love it! Anycubic i3 mega and its juuuuust barely too small. I'm going to mess with scaling it for thinner cans (redbull, coors etc...)

I made this and cans don't fit. should I scale up 1%

You could try scaling in the x and y by 1%

It's an exact fit so depending on your printer you might need a little extra room.

What filament is this? I love the color.

It was an older spool of eSun ABS Green.

This is cool.
Can you make one for beer bottles as well?

When I slice this it cuts off the bottom half and only shows the top. I don't have this issue with any other STLs

What slicer are you using? I was able to slice it with Cura.

S3D. What software did you use to make this?

Interesting! I just tried it in S3D and received the same error.

It was originally created in Fusion 360.

Could you try re-exporting it with a different triangle setting?

I just tried in Fusion 360's high and low triangles, both had bad results in S3D.

I'll have to investigate what's happening. I just uploaded the Fusion 360 file if you want to take a look.

Any sort of update on that?

I've uploaded a new file missile_koozie_v6.stl which slices correctly in Simplify3D.

The problem with this model is that there are 5 different bodies. If you want to print it with S3D select the body and then go to mesh-Separate connected surfaces. This will disconnect the 5 bodies. Then you can simply press prepare to print (remember not to center and arrange because it will move all the parts). Cheers

Thanks for your suggestion. I combined the bodies and missile_koozie_v6.stl slices correctly now.

Thanks for the tip, I'll see if I can combine the bodies in Fusion 360. Didn't realize that was causing the problem.