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    Author: @tlmwong
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    Description of Idea:
    Hello
    I would love to have holders made for my daughter’s cups. I have tried to purchase multiple different choices on the market and alter them myself, but they are still not working well for her.
    I am hoping to get something like a double eared sippy cup holder idea. But would like it to fit onto “adult cups” ( eg. starbucks resuable cups)

    It wiuld also need to have a thicker handle so that there is actually something to grasp onto. And some how not make the cup too much heavier.
    Please contact me!
    I am sure that this is an item many individuals would be interested in.

    MMC Entry I.D: 6502

    #9824

    Good morning,

    My sons and I would be happy to help you. I am a quadriplegic that uses a 3D cupholder. It fits all kinds of cops including Starbucks, Tim Hortons, etc. I use 1/2 L Mason jar with a sippy cup lid for my normal drinking.

    If you send us a photo of what you currently have and what you would like different we are more than happy to help you work on it.

    Jim Ryan and sons
    [email protected]

    #9825

    Came across this design that looks reasonably close:
    https://pinshape.com/items/16360-3d-printed-hand-assist-cup-holder-tapered-variant

    #9826

    How do I contact @TimWong?

    We are trying to help but do not know how to contact him.

    #9827

    Hi @MMC_Chad here in @tImwong account, seeing if I have activated it correctly.

    #9828

    MMC Admin Testing account @tlmwong

    #9829

    Did this solution get resolved? Again, my sons and I are more than willing to help.

    Please let us know what the status of this is.

    Thanks,

    Jim
    [email protected]

    #13350

    I use thermoplastics that I buy from Amazon. It’s like the old fashion mouth guards that you put in hot water and mold to any shape you want and once it cools off it stays like that. I use it to make things to attach to my hand. I usually make a paper pattern that I cut out of the thermoplastic and then mold to the shape I need.

     

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