Gun Barrel Universal Shot Glass

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My good friend, WALDO, who's filthy rich, ,

and would like to buy lots of these, is asking:

"Just a question on the shot glasses - do you know

that there's

Are the dimensions similar to a regular shot glass? ..."

http://shpws.me/hvbz

Now, the bounding box of the "shot glass" above is:

Cm: 10.0 w x 6.4 d x 7.0 h

Its

WILL ANYONE ANSWER WALDO'S 3 QUESTIONS?

1. What is the

2. What's the

with

3. What's the

and

Thank you, all, very much ]]>

As for the dimensions, he wants a funky modeled glass, as long as he gets the right amount of booze for each model, he should be happy, lololol.]]>

in the US-

1 cu. meter is = 33814.0227 fluid oz.

in the UK

1 cu. meter is = 35195.0797 fluid oz.

this is all per my handy dandy unit converter android app.

as to the volume of the glass that you got there i would manually estimate what you have there. assuming that the rifling is equal in both directions, the peaks and vallies are the same the you can average out the 2 distances for the radius of the cylinder. then it is a matter of geometry...

pi*r^2*h

and then use the conversion listed for your type.

chris]]>

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and would like to buy lots of these, is asking:

"Just a question on the shot glasses - do you know

that there's 1.5 ounces or 1 ounce per each glass?

Are the dimensions similar to a regular shot glass? ..."

http://shpws.me/hvbz

Now, the bounding box of the "shot glass" above is:

Cm: 10.0 w x 6.4 d x 7.0 h

WILL ANYONE ANSWER WALDO'S 3 QUESTIONS?

1. What is the capacity of the existing model, in fluid ounces?

2. What's the bounding boxes for the same "shot glass", but

with capacities of 1 ounce and 1.5 ounces?

3. What's the cost for the ceramics material, for 1 ounce

and 1.5 ounces capacities?

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1. 3.89962 US fluid ounces = the original models Capacity Volume 115335.64mm*3 (cubic

root= 48.6767mm) Bounding box dimensions = CM: 10wx6.4dx7.0h

2. 1 US fluid ounce = 29573.53 mm*3(cubic root=30.92438mm)

3. 1.5 US fluid ounce= 44360.29 mm*3(cubic root=35.39958mm)

So the Scale factor for the original object to the 1 ounce size is 30.9248/48.6767 =.635301

From original model to the 1.5 ounce size its 35.39958/48.6767 = .72723

4. Using the scale factor

Bounding box dimensions should be for the 1 ounce glass CM: 6.35wx4.06592dx4.447107 h

for the 1.5 ounce glass CM: 7.2723hx4.654272dx5.09061h

A. Capacity of original model = 3.89962 US fluid ounces

B. Bounding box of 1 ounce model = CM: 6.35wx4.06592dx4.447107 h

C. Bounding box of 1.5 ounce model = CM: 7.2723hx4.654272dx5.09061h

D. For the price of each glass the cost depends on the area surface of the model as is well known.

So using the scale factors above, create a 1 ounce and a 1.5 model, determine the entire surface area for each one, then calculate the price by

multiplying the surface area by SW's cost per cm*2

Sorry, I could not determine the surface area for each new models ]]>

It looks that the most important piece of data evaded you

Would you please read again my original message?

and take a good look of this picture:

I just checked up with Waldo

He thanks you all very much; but despite the fact that

he's filthy rich, he's not willing to part with any portion

of his fortune – for your consultation

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>>My good friend, WALDO, who's filthy rich,

and would like to buy lots of these, is asking:

"Just a question on the shot glasses - do you know

that there's 1.5 ounces or 1 ounce per each glass?

Are the dimensions similar to a regular shot glass? ..."

http://shpws.me/hvbz

Now, the bounding box of the "shot glass" above is:

Cm: 10.0 w x 6.4 d x 7.0 h

Its [B]Capacity Volume = 115335.64 cubic millimeters[/B]

WILL ANYONE ANSWER WALDO'S 3 QUESTIONS?

1. What is the capacity of the existing model, in fluid ounces?

2. What's the bounding boxes for the same "shot glass", but

with capacities of 1 ounce and 1.5 ounces?

3. What's the cost for the ceramics material, for 1 ounce

and 1.5 ounces capacities?

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With many Thanks,

Cascador]]>