For this assignment I decided to create a small cup/object holder that would clip onto the side of my desk. It was relatively easy to create in Fusion360 and, despite some design flaws, fix and print successfully. I used .2 infill and it took just under two hours to print successfully, and on the first attempt. When I got home and saw the size of it, I realized that I had made the cupholder part of it a little too small, so large drinks and objects will be unable to fit. This is fine however, because it still serves to be a useful location to set different objects (paperclips, rubber bands, etc.). I originally thought that the printing process would be much more complicated and time consuming but it was surprisingly easy. Unfortunately my video cannot be posted here, however I have uploaded it to canvas.

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I have decided on creating a water bottle/cup holder that clips onto my desk for an issue that could be solved by a 3D printed object. When playing video games, doing homework, or simply browsing the internet, I find myself having trouble with limited space on my desk. Due to this problem, having something like a drink that could potentially spill and ruin my computer is worrisome. I also have a puppy (as seen in the video uploaded to canvas), and her jumping up on my lap or desk could potentially lead to a spill accident, but this could all be protected against if I had a separate cupholder that could clip onto my desk.

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If there is one thing I have learned during my time here at FSU it is that I will never, EVER voluntarily lay a finger on any CAD or 3D design software ever again.

Box 1

After creating the box I was feeling confident for a solid 30 seconds.

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