Enterprise Pizza Cutter Display Stand

by ThePlanetMike, published

Enterprise Pizza Cutter Display Stand by ThePlanetMike Jan 22, 2013
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So, you just bought the super awesome Star Trek Enterprise Pizza Cutter (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004FQDWP0/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B004FQDWP0&linkCode=as2&tag=theplamik-20), and it's way too nice to stuff in a drawer. Display it with your other starships until dinner time with this handy emblem-inspired stand.

Updated 1.3.14: Cooler look, better attachment point in version 4.


  1. Print. Blow air across print during final top centimeter of printer for best results.
  2. Place nub of stand into forward most screw hole on the underside of your Enterprise Pizza Cutter's secondary hull. Wiggle it until the Enterprise has a slight upward angle to its balance.
  3. Make a pizza.
  4. Cut it with your starship waiting conveniently at the ready.

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Brilliant. We received one of these as a gift and the only issue with it was how to store the thing! Printing one now :D

I printed it without any supports and the back of the post came out a bit weird but its still looks cool and is easily hidden.
Just a little warning for people printing this that they might want to use supports.

I wonder if this would work with the other Enterprise models on Thingiverse?