You need 1 "body" and at least 2 "blades" to catch the cups so they don't fall.
No scaling necessary unless your solo cup diameter is over 100mm.
Print time is very short.
Great for team sports, parties, and kitchens!
My Red solo cups didn't fit into the original model so I remixed it. It's 3% wider so the cups can actually go through the hole without cracking from being bent too far. Also, I lowered the height by 30% since it doesn't need to be that tall and take an extra hour to print. This dispenser fits cups up to 100mm in diameter as seen in the photo.
For 98mm cup rim I use to two blades only, for 94mm cup rims I use all 3 blades.
actual dimensions of the large part: diameter 110mm, height 59.5mm
this is the main body part of the cup holder
This is a single blade, you'll need 2 or 3 depending on how tight the fit is.
FINAL remix_-_Cup_dispenser_bodyv2.stl :
this one is the same as the first one "remix-_Cup_dispenser_body_v2.stl" but I ran it through makeprintable.com in case u encounter any errors or problems with the .stl
.svg file in case u prefer to modify it in that format
I print the "blades" so one of the longest sides is on the print bed. That way when a cup is pulled downward it doesn't split any layers. The .stl file is already oriented this way when you open the file in the slicer. I use no supports but a small brim may be necessary in some cases as these blades are pretty thin.
PET-G since it's touching my drinking cups and I need strength over time with a little bend. very low infill required if at all. no supports necessary. TIP: print the 3 blades at the same time.