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3D-Printed Vase Snaps On To A Drinking Glass [Pics]

3D-Printed Vase Snaps On To A Drinking Glass [Pics]
Design

The Clip On Vase is a glassware accessory that turns a any cup into a vase.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 16 august 2013

Artist and product designer Aleksandar Dimitrov of AD-3D has created a 3D-printed accessory that can turn an ordinary glass into a vase for holding flowers.

The Clip On Vase is an accessory that is easily attached to the open part of a drinking glass.

At dimensions of 9/9/6 cm, the accessory uses as little material as possible and is made from polyamide, a strong yet flexible material that allows slight stretching or shrinking when it’s clipped on to a glass.

Dimitrov designed the accessory using Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper and Waverbird.

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