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Hello kitty cookie cutter

by pgu5787, published

Hello kitty cookie cutter by pgu5787 Nov 22, 2012

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Yet another cookie cutter, or how to print a smile on my daughter's face ;)

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I printed as standard, and just got some seemingly random infill, no clue whats going on their

Same problem, it fills in certain parts solid. Perhaps I'll have better luck with the remix.

I hope it was good at end... was my first cookie cutter :)

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The cookie past have to be 6 to 8mm thickness

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Eddiehand on Mar 5, 2014 said:

I printed as standard, and just got some seemingly random infill, no clue whats going on their

kennycoulter on Nov 30, 2013 said:

No good for me. I kept waiting, thinking the solid part was just bigger than pictured, or what I thought it would be... the part printed out as a solid, with an odd crevice in what would be the right cheek.
In the makerware program, the file looks fine. I kept the print going, although it took way longer than I thought it would. I figure I can make something else out of it, and still be a nice surprise for my girlfriend.

pgu5787 on Dec 2, 2013 said:

I hope it was good at end... was my first cookie cutter :)

miap on Aug 7, 2013 said:

These are awesome. The perfect combination for me. Hello kitty and cookies!

Jaydmdigital on Nov 25, 2012 said:

I had to run it through netfabb to get Sli3r to work. In atttion, the base was not flat so I use OpenSCAD to subtract a plane and level it, then re-exported the STL.

pgu5787 on Nov 27, 2012 said:

 it was not a problem to print it. But your one look better on the render screen. TY for the job :)

Nath on Nov 23, 2012 said:

That's very cute. :)

Any chance you could post up the source file/model for people to hack around with?

pgu5787 on Nov 23, 2012 said:

 TY, but I have nothing more, sorry.

 It a "scratch" draw on blender from a bitmap. But blender import well the .stl

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