Two-Piece Plastic Shot Glass Design with Screw Threads

Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
(See attachment for figure drawings)

Shot glass shape (will be plastic moldable) with sloped/curved upper region (Fig. C)
90mm in height, fully assembled (Fig. C)
52 mm diameter at the top; 35 mm diameter at the bottom (Fig. C)
Desired wall thickness: 2 mm
2 pieces (Fig. A and Fig. B) screw together to form the item (Fig. C)
Top piece (Fig. A):
Height of 20 mm plus 5 mm male threads (we are flexible on the dimensions of the threads based on designer’s expertise)
The brim should be rounded
Bottom piece (Fig. B):
Height of 70 mm includes 5 mm of corresponding inner female threads at the top

The objective is to create an inner chamber when the two pieces are screwed together that will hold in a solid piece, but allow liquid to flow through. This should be achieved by having the bottoms of both pieces include a stylized, wavy “grate”. (Fig. D).
Design must be submitted in AutoCad .dwg, 3D only, or Autodesk Inventor .ipt with jpeg screen shots of the design so the files are easily viewable. There can be some design flexibility in the shape of the item or the "grate" at the bottom of the two pieces so you can differentiate your design from others. We're looking for a clean, modern design. A typical shot glass shape is great too. Keep it simple. It's also essential that the male and female screw threads work. We are looking for a functional product that we can 3D print and injection mold. We also intend to continue working with the design winner to perfect the design at an additional designer fee. We're looking forward to seeing the designs! Thanks for your submissions!
  1. AutoCAD
  2. Autodesk Inventor


1st Winner
#14 Shot Glass by Amir Perle
2013-03-13 05:53:03
#26 Shot Glass v1 by neegyus
I've submited in the most common formats for injection molding.
Please pay attention to thickness on the thread zone (i was trying to make it more appealling and it is feasable, but depends on the material to be used). Also, you should decide how is it going to be made (injection mold wise) - the automatic unscrewing is expensive, the manual unscrewing gives too much man labor, and colapsible cores would imply design changes.
2013-03-20 01:20:19
#4 Plastic Glass Shot Assembly by Avi.W
2013-03-10 20:28:01
#17 Concept_3 by Hiren Patel
Waiting for feedback.
2013-03-14 12:01:52
#24 Two-Piece Plastic Shot Glass 3 by Stelios
2013-03-18 19:07:47
#29 Shot Glass v3 by neegyus
Here'as another model. This is an litle improvement to my v1. I like to do the models without the inside lump on the thread area (just like it more). There's also some clearance on the threads (minimal - check the 3D), that are suposed to allow a better functionality and tightening.
If you would like any other format, I think I can provide it for you, except the Autocad (don't work with it).
2013-03-22 01:08:48
#1 Shot Glass by Amir Perle
the holes in the bottom my be updated if needed
2013-03-09 17:40:41
#2 Wave Shot-Artisteroi by Steven
The 2 halfs. Upper half serving as the screen and the lower half the drink area. I took the liberty of making the lower "screen" a press in medallion. It can be changed out any number of ways with other logos medallions as well. I've seen them that have LED lights in the bottom also. Of course if it was an actual screen the glass would not hold liquid. I cant seem to post more than one picture though. I would show the wave logo I created is based on a yin-yang with a little surfer wave thrown in.
2013-03-10 00:39:11
#7 Shot glass by RaduEmanuel
My first model here:) ill try to get a better view.I tried to respect all your requirements.PM for more details,requests.
2013-03-10 21:16:36
#8 Glass2 by RaduEmanuel
2013-03-10 21:35:13
#10 Two_pieces_shot_glass by Dominik
3D model of your shot glass. I can edit anything you want...
2013-03-12 12:48:29
#11 Coca Fig C Assembly DWG by Avi.W
2013-03-12 16:59:17
#12 Coca Fig A by Avi.W
2013-03-12 17:00:39
#13 Coca Fig B by Avi.W
2013-03-12 17:02:37
#15 Two piece plastic glass design Concept_1 by Hiren Patel
Let me know your thoughts.
2013-03-13 10:52:50
#16 Concept_2 by Hiren Patel
Please rate the design & let me know your thoughts.
2013-03-13 18:17:54
#18 GLass 3 by RaduEmanuel
2013-03-14 14:12:31
#22 Two-Piece Plastic Shot Glass 2 by Stelios
2013-03-16 20:24:44
#23 Two-Piece Plastic Shot Glass 3 by Stelios
2013-03-17 20:27:10
#25 shot glass design #2 by Asep Mahpud
2013-03-18 19:34:44
#27 Shot Glass v2 by neegyus
This is another option in wich the thickness is maintained in the thread area and the bottom waves are diferent.
2013-03-21 00:22:58
#28 Glass4 by RaduEmanuel
what do you think its wrong? i need to improve my skills.If you find a bug in my desin, please feedback.:)
2013-03-21 16:21:56
#30 shot glass design #3 by Asep Mahpud
2013-03-22 13:32:52
#31 Two-Piece Plastic Shot Glass 5 by Stelios
2013-03-22 13:44:02
#3 Fig_C_Assembly_Section by Avi.W
2013-03-10 20:21:48
#5 Fig_A_3D by Avi.W
2013-03-10 20:32:52
#6 Fig_B_3D by Avi.W
2013-03-10 20:35:01
#19 shot glass design #1 by Asep Mahpud
2013-03-15 18:52:05
#20 Plastic Glass Shot 2D by Avi.W
2013-03-16 10:46:11
#21 Plastic Bottle by Stelios
2013-03-16 15:05:50


Mon, 20 Jun 2016 06:15:42 +0000

do you have any rubber &plastic product to make mold and molded product ?
we are in to tool room activity from 14 years work experience
tool technologies



Sat, 09 Mar 2013 14:50:31 +0000
I'm gonna work on this for you. Tonight. Look for it soon.

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