Our loss is your gain! This is a MISPRINT. It's sold AS-IS. No special image is provided since I don't have time to take 30 images and list 30 individual items. The issues with the prints are almost always two things:
1) There are a lot of extra strings of plastic across the mesh. I hope to never again need to cut out the little strings, one string at a time, to make a viable product. It's a pain. But, if you have time to spare, you can. I have also used a wire brush to brush the strings out, which actually worked quite well.
2) The "extra strings" really aren't extra, so there might be some weaker areas in the mesh. If you bend the mesh without heat, it has a greater chance of breaking, instead of bending. If you use heat, be even more careful than usual because the plastic will probably be more sensitive to it, since there is a little less plastic there.
3) They might be a little thinner than the normal print, if the printer stopped early. We threw out the ones that were really thin. it SHOULD be thick enough to still be usable though.
---- Below here is the description for the regular, non-MISPRINT product ----
This is a 3d printed mesh of circles. It can be used as texturing on cups.
When used as texturing on a cup, please expect to do some hand cutting and splicing in order to get the edges to meet right. Currently, these may have some strings of plastic on them from the printing process. You'll need to expect to do a little cleanup on the mesh before using it.
A video tutorial is available in the product images, and in the website menu.
This is just the white mesh in the photo, not the red material. The photos of cups are examples of usage, and not the product being purchased
NOTE: This product can be difficult to glue to a cup.
NOTE: Like most of my products, this is a made to order item. Orders are created in a first-come first-server manner.