My mom was diagnosed with Cushing syndrome above a year past. Along with a number of other symptoms muscle deterioration is just one of these. She's been treated and is on the path to healing but she's still quite poor. A couple of days ago she was telling me that so that they could open up a bottle for her, she needed to go to her neighbours house. She had a bottle opener but not one that would fit a big bottle. I went through several different layouts but now I 've a functioning variation.
The "Worldwide Bottle Opener" or "UBO" can open big juice bottles, sports drink bottles, soda bottles, canned beverages, and pop tops!
Cushing syndrome: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cushing-syndrome/basics/symptoms/con-20032115
Demo Video: https://youtu.be/_RNHzGloTkA
Printing Video: https://youtu.be/tiIRQAWvWuQ
Rafts: Doesn't Question
It is suggested to print with support so the teeth could be printed right.
The support should come off pretty easy depending on your own slicer/settings.
Infill: Should you intend on having persistent use it is suggested to use infill that is 100%.
Cost per unit predicated on a 2.2lb spool at .00
60% infill: .37
100% infill: .46
Find out how much your print cost: http://www.ic3dprinters.com/3d-printer-job-cost-calculator/
As a 2D Drawing it began as most of my 3D files.
2D to 3D
From there I like to use the "Image Converter" attribute on MatterControl.
(There are several sites/applications to get the exact same effect)
I used 123D Design/Meshmixer develop and to edit my 3D creation!