It's taken me a while to get around to uploading this design as it's taken me a while to get it to a point where I was happy releasing it. Originally it needed wooden dowels which would, of course, not be 3D printable (unless you used wood filament of course) but with the Mk 2 version it's all ready for release.
The MugHug is a collapsible, pocket/handbag-portable holder for 'to go' coffee and hot drinks of the kind sold by Costa, Starbucks etc. It was created, to be blunt, because those cardboard sleeves they give you in these places to protect your hands are, to use the technical term, 'bloody useless' and I got tired of burning my hands or trying to pick up my cup using The Force.
It consists of a semicircular handle, into which slot three discs with varying sized holes in them. The Top ring fits (funnily enough) into the top, the S or L/M discs fit into the bottom depending on the size of your drink of choice. Then you simply close the locking clip, locking the discs in place, and insert your cup. When you're finished you just unclip the locking clips, take the discs out, put them together and slot them back into the handle. There's a locking pin which then keeps them in place and you simply chuck it in your pocket! It's completely 3D printed aside from the pins for the clips; you'll need two lengths of 1.75mm filament to hold the clips together.
I won't lie, the clips are a bit of a bugger to remove the support material from (unless you have a printer which uses soluable support material of course) but when it's all put together it'll save you endless hand burns...
The MugHug Mk 2 is available, printed in a variety of colours and fully assembled, in my Etsy store - www.etsy.com/uk/shop/enterprisexddesign