Rolling Pin Spacer
by Eckerput, published
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Makes sense! It just seems like standard office supplies might be easier to adjust than having to tinker around with a bunch of builds.
I hadn't thought of that. These might have better control of the thickness though. We use those cookie cutters that imprint the surface of the cookie when you cut them out so careful thickness control is helpful.
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2. Print two of the STL. I used two perimeters and 40% infill, but I suspect many options will work. They don't need to be that strong. I needed to slow my first layer to keep the tips from popping up.
3. After prints are cool, clean up any flanges etc. with sand paper.
4. Clean them.
5. Put one on each end of the rolling pin. They should be a tight fit.
6. Roll dough using the space between the spacers.
7. Make some great cookies (optional).
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