One of the handles of the cup failed within 2mm from the top of the handle. The nozzle hit the arm and knocked it off, I assume the contact happened due to the handle wobbling due to printer movements. The next time i print it, I may use some support under the ledge of the handle - the overhands printed fine, but the support would help make the handle more rigid, which would help prevent contact from the nozzle up higher. I would also make the non-printing movements slower and maybe slice it with multiple processes so that the print speed slows down considerably near the top of the handles, so there won't be any wobbling of the handles. Perhaps also print with 4 perimetes rather than 3, in order to stiffen the handles even more.