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The Mythic Mugs is a series of highly detailed can holders, taking classic fantasy elements and putting them into mug form. The Lion's Brew is a freebie from our Kickstarter Mythic Mugs (ended 11th of January 2020).
We created a unique Can Insert System that makes one mug become very flexible, able to hold the following can sizes:
25cl, 12oz sleek, 33cl, 12oz, 16oz and 50cl.
OR, scale the mug up by 10,625% and it will be able to hold:
23oz, 23.5oz and 25oz (73mm diameter cans).
All Mythic Mugs feature an option for a screw lid. This way you can use the mug on the go to carry your dice without them spilling everywhere. After unpacking at your destination you're ready to load a can into your mug and roll those dice.
Print either without threads; or with threads if you want to use the lid. Both versions are able to hold cans. The lid can't be screwed on if there is a can sitting inside it.
Remember that mirroring the mug is possible using the slicer, depending on how you want the Lion facing towards or away from you. (threads will be mirrored as well though!9
Included is also an internal diameter testing ring, so you can try our with different scaling to find your perfect match, before printing the whole mug. The inside diameter is exactly 67mm.
The Mythic Mugs have been designed as can holders and we don't advice you to drink directly from them.
The Mythic Mugs series and Can Insert System is designed by Ars Moriendi 3D. Commercial use is restricted to our exclusive licensed sellers only.
Printed with 2 walls, 3 top and bottom layers. This makes the mug decently sturdy but is our prototype settings. For a very sturdy mug just increase it to 3 walls instead, and maybe an extra layer.
Also some people have noted that 2 walls make the infill visible, this is very depending on which filament is used, some are more clear than others, so to be on the safe side 3 walls are recommended.
Alternatives to cans
•Tossware makes 12oz recycled plastic cans with an open top. We are not affiliated with them in any way, but their product is a great choice for the can holders, if you are in a country that can purchase them.
•Coat the insides with foodsafe resin. This is not something we recommend. 3D-prints will have small layers that can be hard to clean from bacteria, so think twice about doing this.
•Take an empty can and use a can opener to remove the top. Sand the edge thoroughly and that can work as a foodsafe insert. Do be careful doing this, the edge of a can is thin and sharp! Alternatively it might be possible to buy a new and unsealed can.
•Not a fan of liquids? The mugs make perfect holders for pencils, brushes or dice!
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