Video Game Cocktail Sticks

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Video Game Cocktail Sticks by MobyDisk Dec 4, 2012
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Going to a cocktail party with a bunch of gaming geeks? This is the way to impress!

Assortment 1: Goomba, Space Invader, Mushroom, Piranha Plant
Assortment 2: Pacman, Tron light cycle, Fire flower
Assortment 3: Koopa Troopa

More to come in time for next year's party!


To be perfectly safe, print these with PLA. But no one is likely to die from using ABS.

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I love these! Thanks for creating them. Can you please upload each stick individually? I can only print 1 at a time on my bed diagonally. Thanks in advance.

I don't have a chance right now due to holidays, if you downlaod slic3r (which is an awesome program BTW) you can click "split" and it will separate each cocktail stick. From there, you can arrange them however you need. I actually used it myself to do the reverse, which was to combine them all into one. (Facing alternate directions I can fit all 8 on a Replicator 1 build plate).

is PLA food safe?

Yes.  It is commonly used to make biodegradable cups and eating utensils.

Correction on this: The PLA is food safe, but you never know what dyes they put in the filament.