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Cheeseburger

by ColinBB, published

Cheeseburger by ColinBB Mar 15, 2013

Description

I noticed a lack of 3D burgers. I took a couple hours to design this up.

I'll be adding all these files optimized for stacking on each ingredient on top of each other.

No liquid condiments. If it's cooked correctly, you won't need them.

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The tomato is adorable! But, then, so are the onions.

Thingiverse can has!

I will add that to the list, good idea.

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License

Cheeseburger by ColinBB is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

These were designed small, but definitely able to be scaled to you desired size. As is, the dimensions of each ingredient are about 20mm.

I plan to print with the following settings:
Infill: 15%
Layer Height: .2mm or less.
Extra Shells: 1
At the current scale, these setting will be more than enough for a successful print on each ingredient. Increase infill for scaled parts.

Bon Appetit!


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sandarz on Oct 15, 2013 said:

The tomato is adorable! But, then, so are the onions.

RobTFirefly on Mar 19, 2013 said:

Thingiverse can has!

SlaveMassaDrivaJDCUBED on Mar 15, 2013 said:

Could you please offer a seeded kaiser roll as an option?

ColinBB on Mar 15, 2013 said:

I will add that to the list, good idea.

Hulksmash on Mar 15, 2013 said:

thats great

TDO on Mar 15, 2013 said:

"I noticed a lack of 3D burgers." LOL, I totally agree!

But the meat will be cold until you are ready wtih printing. I prefer a nice BBQ!

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