Tumbler keychain - Stanley version, storage inside for pills, cash, or small item


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P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A11 h
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supports added to all pieces
supports added to all pieces
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**updated Model** - flush lid
**updated Model** - flush lid
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Thicker straw - new model
Thicker straw - new model
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P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A11.4 h
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*UPDATED FILE 3-7-2024

 

I have worked on this model since it was placed here and am releasing version 2

 - The lid has a major update where it now will snap together which enables the tumbler to have a nice clean look and the lid fits flush with the cup brim.  tree supports are added where needed.

 

Assembly for the lid -  grab a small pliers and remove the little support under the middle of the top lid piece.  place a small dab of glue in there and snap the bottom part of the lid to that.  let it dry and you are all set to go.

 

 

Here is a replica of the famous Stanley tumbler but in a keychain version.

There is storage inside so you can keep your daily pill(s) if you are on the go, a folded bill (money), earrings, or other small items.

 

Have fun!


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Printed 1 out of TPU, indestructible!
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that's a great idea!
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how did you get the lid to work so well? Mine dont look good with the overhang
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Replying to @TheWrongGuy :
I painted supports onto the bottom of my lid and threads and just sent it to print. Fingers crossed it prints nice! I used the bucket fill option when I painted the supports on too.
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So with the help of Ashley I have a great remix with painted supports for the lid, it came out perfect and may help some of the people having issues.. I tried to post a remix but it says its not allowed. will you ever allow this! I love the print it is amazing! I am going to try and make a smaller version as well by using the scaling feature!
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can you send the remix? thanks
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Replying to @kevians2001 :
I cant unless the orginal designer allows a remix to be posted.
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Replying to @TheWrongGuy :
Are you able to take a screenshotof how you drew the supports on for the lid? Haven't manually drawn supports on before. Edit: NM, looks like creator posted a V2 of the lid. Will try that first. Thanks just the same!
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So freeking adorable!! I painted on tree supports for the lid and it was perfect on the first try! Thank you for such a fun file and for being so generous with it <3
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those look awesome!
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Replying to @JabHook :
Thanks!! I ran a few more. But now that I'm trying to put an actual keyring on there and not a teeny tiny jump ring nothing fits :( It just looks so awesome though in some rainbow silk
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That looks amazing and it looks like you added something inside! Nice work, and thanks for your help
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the lid could probably use some supports
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yes, I recommended that you use tree supports on the cup and supports on the lid as well. I crea ted it both ways and the supports definitely help
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Replying to @JabHook :
I am assuming you used support filament or a different filament then what you are printing the lid with? I tried supports and couldnt get them removed
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Replying to @TheWrongGuy :
no, I used the regular filament for the complete print. I removed them with a short needle nose pliers. I have used both tree supports and normal supports although I found the normal supports harder to remove
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Is anyone getting these "imperfections" on one side?
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I believe that has to do with your flow rate. It may help to calibrate the filament for smoother transitions between layers
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Replying to @JabHook :
I'll try that! thank you so much, this file is really sweet!
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Yes! I'm getting these on almost every color I try.
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Printed great. I uploaded my print profile. Used 0.2 layers and added a filament change at layer 555 of the cup to add the silver rim. I used auto tree supports for the cup and manual for the lid and painted them on. For anyone interested here is a list of the colors I used: Ziro Magenta Geeetech Metallic Silver Sunlu White
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awesome!
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love the silver top to the cup! Might need to do that with the next batch!
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how do you add a color shift at a specific layer?
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I printed it 50% and the threading still works! Brilliant model. Used supports on the lid, it took a bit to remove them but it was worth it.
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oh wow, I didn’t even size it down or up, that’s great to know!
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Replying to @JabHook :
You did such a great job on this, thank you!
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Replying to @user_3235587759 :
thank you as well
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absolutely amazing found you on facebook with the post for these !!Print amazing !
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this look awesome, great job!
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the straw of the cup is very brittle if you use pla, but we are printing one now made of petg hoping that the straw will be stronger.
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how did PETG turn out? my PLA straws snap right off
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Great. Thanks!
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looks great!
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