My Daughter did not want a name tag attached to the handle..... sigh....
designed this to fit in the hinge of the Thermos FUNtainer 12oz 355ml bottle,
Might also fit the 16oz 470ml bottle, but i don't have one to test, please leave a comment if you try i on the 16oz 470ml bottle.
blank stl provided so that you can put your own name on it.
designed in FreeCAD,
curved name/text added in Blender
to add name/text in blender 2.8
file > import > stl
on the right, Context/Scene > Units > Unit Scale 0.001, Length Millimeters
on top Overlays > 0.001
Add > Curve > Circle
Context/Object > Scale, for X Y and Z to 33.75
add > text
tab to edit text,
Context/ObjectData > Font > Size 7.5 (adjust accordingly)
Context/ObjectData > Extrude 2mm (or more)
Context/Object > Rotation X 90, Rotation Z 180
i like to duplicate the text object at this point,
select text, on top left, Object > Convert to > Mesh from Curve....text
press "tab", drag mouse to select all the text object, press "x" on keyboard, > Limited Dissolve, "tab" to exit edit mode
Context/Modifiers > Add Modifier > Deform > Curve
Object > select the circle object, by default BezierCircle
click on mode mode on top left, move to make it bigger along the circle, and mode to desired location. "Apply" when ready
hide the text object
click on the Thermos NameTag blank ocbject,
to make a hole
Context/Modifiers > Add Modifier > General > Boolean > Difference, object, select the mesh Text, apply
delete all object , except for the tag,
file > Export > STL
import into slicer, print!
to fit the tag to the bottle, do not try to bend the retaining tip, they will break,
instead, with the name tag facing you, hold the back with your fingers, and press down on the middle (where the text are), with your thumb, this will flex the whole thing, and will make the retaining tip go further apart, put in one side first, then the other, and release,...
FreeCad file included