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Safe T Bagel

by poetryinmotion, published

Safe T Bagel by poetryinmotion Feb 13, 2013

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Cool tool to safely cut your morning bagel with even the dullest of knives. Just pop or cram said bread into the top, use the small slot to guide the knife all the way to the end of the cut. It can be used to cut kaiser rolls for you non-bagel types

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cubex STL shows 17hours OUCH!!!

Mine is printing as I'm writing this on my Replicator2. I'm printing 3 shells 10% and 0.1mm so far it's been printing for 26 hours and it's just at 67%. It is big but holding a bagel up to it while it's printing and the size looks spot on. I did have to resize in MakerWare to maximum which did reduce the size slightly but as I said holding the bagel up to it and it looks fine. I'll post some pics tomorrow, if it's finished.

For you non-bagel types? LOL! What you talkn bout Willis? This could be the most useful Thing ever created with a 3D printer!

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Safe T Bagel by poetryinmotion is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Bluesmurf on Sep 30, 2013 said:

cubex STL shows 17hours OUCH!!!

SlaveMassaDrivaJDCUBED on Mar 23, 2013 said:

For you non-bagel types? LOL! What you talkn bout Willis? This could be the most useful Thing ever created with a 3D printer!

SteveCaplin on Feb 15, 2013 said:

According to my slicer this will take 13 hours to print. Before I go ahead with it, are you sure you have the size right? It does look awfully big in my preview.

Sheriff_Eyeshot on Aug 10, 2013 said:

Mine is printing as I'm writing this on my Replicator2. I'm printing 3 shells 10% and 0.1mm so far it's been printing for 26 hours and it's just at 67%. It is big but holding a bagel up to it while it's printing and the size looks spot on. I did have to resize in MakerWare to maximum which did reduce the size slightly but as I said holding the bagel up to it and it looks fine. I'll post some pics tomorrow, if it's finished.

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