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Rolling Pin Guides

by mschrock, published

Rolling Pin Guides by mschrock Dec 16, 2012

Description

Parametric Rings to slide on your rolling pin to help make consistently even thickness when rolling out cookie dough.

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I made lots of gingerbread cookies tonight. Used two thicknesses, 4.5mm and 6.35mm. I like the 4.5 mm best.
awesome idea!

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Rolling Pin Guides by mschrock is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

I printed out a few cookie cutters, and the inner OCD in me needed something to allow perfect consistent thickness of the rolled out dough. I imagine with practice these wouldn't be necessary, but I'm a novice when it comes to cooking, so here is my solution.

  1. Measure your rolling pin
  2. Edit scad file with the diameter of your pin and the desired thickness of dough.
  3. Print out two rings
  4. Slide on rolling pin.
  5. Make perfect thickness dough!

Included .stl files are for my KitchenAid rolling pin, which measures 63mm in diameter and make dough 6.35mm thick. YMMV.

I made lots of gingerbread cookies tonight. Used two thicknesses, 4.5mm and 6.35mm. I like the 4.5 mm best.
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