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    Default O/T-- Anyone have a 3D model of a golf cart cupholder?

    I'm looking to make a holder for my bluetooth speaker that fits into a golf cart cupholder.
    I have the JBL Charge 3 and just want to design something so that I don't have to shove it into those compartments.
    Thanks!

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    Buy a set of calipers and measure it yourself you dingus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nihilistic View Post
    Buy a set of calipers and measure it yourself you dingus.
    Sure, I just happen to have a golf cart lying around here at work......
    wtf

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    Cup holders have an SAE standard. Order a copy.

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    I just figured someone knew of a source like grabcad or the like, that would have one.
    I realize it's not your typical 3d model request.
    But I'll figure something out.

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    what makes a golf cart cup holder different from a car cup holder?
    I would think grabcad would have something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
    what makes a golf cart cup holder different from a car cup holder?
    I would think grabcad would have something
    Fuckifiknow. I'm all set now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    Fuckifiknow. I'm all set now.
    Uhm...every 711 corner gas sells these things.....

    1. open sketch
    2. draw circle
    3. close sketch
    4. extrude circle, add taper
    5. apply radius on bottom.
    Done.

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    Make something the size of a beer can, put a koozie on it, put it in the cupholder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    I'm looking to make a holder for my bluetooth speaker that fits into a golf cart cupholder.
    I have the JBL Charge 3 and just want to design something so that I don't have to shove it into those compartments.
    Thanks!
    Buy one of those cup shaped heat-resistent plastic "ash tray" cups already meant to fit.

    Or a commuter's metal or plastic cawfee cup?

    Or save a drinks BOTTLE, mix some Plaster of Paris or sand and 'poxy, and use its neck instead of yerazz?

    There's "3D" for yah! Recycled, even. No CAD/CAM required.

    The rest - minimal labour at the head of the list - storage for spare batteries, even - should be bleeding obvious?


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    thats a good idea,my blue tooth takes a beating in my Gator,so does my phone...
    Gw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg White View Post
    thats a good idea,my blue tooth takes a beating in my Gator,so does my phone...
    Gw
    Dunno if it "applies", but the MOPAR van has "Big Gulp" capable cupholders.

    Euro or Asian wheels may be stingier?

    The Jaguar, for example. Guess it costs so much the owners can't AFFORD anything bigger than pony bottles?

    Ferget that when on the road, grab even a lemonade or apple juice, find the bottle won't fit, and it ends up riding for miles in my crotch or the door-pocket instead.



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