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Here are two table ornaments for a children's party and some matching cookie cutters.
This began with a request for animal cookie cutters for a party. I started with the extensive set of cookie cutters by MaakMijnldee - (see Cookie cutter collection thing:35495). To get cookie cutters with sharp edges I converted some of MaakMijnldee's stl files to dxf files with openSCAD and used mrbenbritton's script - (see Pi Cookie cutter - and cookie cutter script thing:28882) to convert the dxf files to finished cookie cutters. The cookie cutters are in animal_cookiecutters.zip and the dxf files are in animals_dxf.zip
The dxf files are perfectly suited to make table ornaments like those described in Translucent Snowflake Ornament (thing:37006) and Small Desk Ornaments (thing: 37380).
Small_Animal_Ornament.stl is a spherical ornament 40 mm in diameter which sits on a LED tea light.
Big_Animal_Ornament.stl is a spherical ornament 70 mm in diameter which sits over a LED tea light.
Both ornaments display images from MaakMijnldee's collection of cookie cutters - see the image at the upper left.
The image shows the ornaments illuminated by green LED's. These bright tea lights are waterproof ones powered by 2 CR2032 cells. They are used by florist to light their arrangements. I got mine from Amazon but they are widely available.
On my Replicator the smaller ornament prints in 45 minutes, while the larger one takes about 2 hours. They can be printed directly on the build platform without support. Use natural ABS for the best display.
The dxf files are included in animals_dxf.zip. The zip file needs to be expanded to the folder animals_dxf and the folder included in the same directory as the openSCAD programs in order to generate the stl ornaments.
Ornaments for Children's Party by pmoews is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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