BevvySteady Wine Holster

I am pretty sure this is a first… a fully gimballed wine glass holster. It is not quite as good as my BevvySteady3 for beers because the wine in a wine glass is inherently less stable but it works!! And, if you or someone you know loves to enjoy a glass of wine while barbecuing or doing anything else standing upright then this might be the product you never knew you needed.

Ok, you can’t run around or be super active but if you are mostly standing still and cooking or doing something similar it will give you a holster for your wine to free up both your hands. So… basically it is a novelty thing but I still love it.

I designed this around the very large 20oz (590ml) wine glasses that Costco had been selling for many years (in Canada sold under the “Crystal King” brand). I see Costco (Canada) now has a similar glass but with a different shape. I suspect that will work but I have not tested it.

The design starts with the same hook-on belt clip used in many of my other models including the BevvySteady3 (for beer and sodas) but the similarities end at the second part that mounts to the belt hook. For the BevvySteady Wine, I needed much more stabilization. So the second component extends down lower to ensure the main gimballed components stay horizontal. There are actually 4 axes (effectively a double gimbal) to ensure the entire assembly can swing away from your body and remain upright, and then a second full gimbal to allow the wine glass to remain upright.

The entire assembly is 100% printed. A few of the parts print in place and then the entire assembly snaps or slides together. No fasteners, hardware or adhesive are required.

A drop of synthetic lubricant in all the rotation points will ensure smooth operation.

Prior to assembly there 4 pieces of support that need to be removed from the printed parts.


I have tried to make my main print settings visible on the Cura screenshot but in case they are difficult to read I have summarized them again here…

Material: I choose to use PETG for its durability and flexibility.

My Setup:
Nozzle = 0.4mm

My Settings:
Layer height = 0.2mm
Line width = 0.4mm
Wall count = 4 (1.6mm)
Infill = 40%
Ironing = Not required.

Designed to print without support. All necessary support is incorporated into the design.

Print Orientation: As shown in the screenshot(s).


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