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A design made in the 3DCAD program for a prototype that my son is making for school. It will be a playful system for disposable cups.

Solvespace is just perfect for these kind of assemblies. Fast, easy to work with. Making 3DCAD an enjoyable experience.

@ericbuijs

Okay, now you have me intrigued. What is the triangular arrangement of tubes designed to do?

@codesections @Algot The idea is to collect disposable plastic beer cups to prevent litter e.g during a concert. The playful element is that every pipe represents a beer brand. The cups are being counted with a sensor per pipe and when it reaches a certain number you earn a free beer of the brand that you chose.

@ericbuijs @codesections

Cool project!
Good luck with it. I'm guessing it isn't actually designed for a small 3D printer like mine. 😉

@Algot @codesections Thanks. It will be pretty big for a prototype. About 50 by 40cm. Definitely to big for my printer. So we're using thin plywood and plastic drain pipe. And threaded rod to keep it all together.

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