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TerryVallery

Low Poly Shot Glass 2.0

by TerryVallery Jun 30, 2015
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it's okay to print that in PLA or i should use specific plastic or stuff because it's porous ?

You should definitely use PLA to print this. PLA is food safe but only if you print with a 100% infill.

I printed the original at 20% and it was water tight. I know that there is a reason for you are saying it needs 100% infill, so I have to ask what about it being less than 100% infill makes it less safe?

Often the prints will seem water tight, but there may exist very small holes in base of the glass from printing imperfections. This allows small amounts of liquid to become trapped in the infill stucture of the base (the bottom 1/4" of the glass). Once liquid is inside the infill structure, it's impossible to get out. This will encourage bacteria and mildew growth.

If you plan on using the glasses for one night, you will be fine. If you plan on using them continuously, I highly encourage you to consider a 100% infill.

Instead of using 100% infill you can print it with 2/3 shells, works definitly great on mine ! It might depend of your printer.