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Mickey-CookieCutter

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Mickey-CookieCutter by indusMaker Feb 10, 2013
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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/iDzNnVg3TRY

If you want to make cookie cutter using a solid mickey stl, follow this slicing instructions. http://slic3r.org/blog/tip-printing-vases

In version v2, the wall is thick about 2mm, if you want a thin wall use version v3.

Instructions

If you are looking for Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter, it is here...want to edit? you can do it on Tinkercad. I will post the print picture soon.

Note: The wall is too thick 2mm, I think 1mm should be fine.

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Bluesmurf, Uploaded the new stls as per your request, follow the new instructions provided for printing.

would you happen to have this in 2 different files as printing these together does not work for me tried 3 times and no matter how much glue I put down the face tends to lift and goes on top of the cutter :( I think it is to close to the cutter please, offer 2 downloads thank you.

After I slice it it appears to be under the table. I tried adjusting the Z but nothing happens. I'm new to this can someone give me a tip?

I am not sure what do you mean by 'under the table', are you able to print other thing ok? what slicer and host s/w are you using?

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