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Paradox Interactive Cookie Cutter
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Show your holiday confection comrades your Paradox Interactive love with this Paradox Interactive logo cookie cutter. It's sure to inspire a coup for the last one.
This is the second (printed) iteration of the design. It was successfully printed but has not yet been tested. PDXCC mark 3 was tested and produced the cookie pictured but was too thick. The mark 8 design has a more tapered cutting edge and is shallower allowing for a better impression in the dough.
The version pictured was sliced in ReplicatorG 0040 with the "Replicator 2 Slicing Defaults" profile. Slicing with Makerware "medium" prints marginally faster but results in a lot of what I call "birds nesting' or generally messy printing.
I'm using all print-o-matic defaults as well. I've found that it's not watertight at all so keep that in mind if you decide to use it.
As you can see, the impression surface still leaves something to be desired but I don't know enough about tweaking Skeinforge yet to fix it.
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