Aeroplane Cookie Cutter

by DarkAlchemist, published

Aeroplane Cookie Cutter by DarkAlchemist Nov 1, 2012

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This is a continuation of my cookie cutter series and is of a vintage WWII style aeroplane.


Since this is a cutting object and you will be applying pressure to cut through the cookie dough I suggest using no less than 40% infill, and really 50%-75% may be needed if you have the spare material handy. If using 40% infill use the honeycomb design as it is the strongest with the least amount of material (Bees have known this since the beginning of time).
I added a repaired version but in reality the original had nothing wrong with it but when saving to the STL format it seems to have brought in minor issues (nurbs to triangles). Basically the STL format goes wonkers with minor issues while being translated from nurbs to triangles so any high definition models come with minor issues.

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