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Scooby Snack Cookie Cutter

by Odromo Aug 25, 2011
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I printed as per STL and found that the centers of the bone sections where too thing and broke off, printed 90% .4mm on a Da Vinci 1.0.
Not sure what the issue was :(

Awesome, mine not quite such high quality though :P

What's the scoop on the "eatability" of the cookies produced with a makerbot? My sister-in-law has a cookie business (for humans, not dogs) and I was wanting to make her some custom molds. Any idea if models out of the makerbot are food safe? DONT_KNOW

Of course it's safe. You'd be cutting cold dough and not melting plastic into it.

A recent Thingiverse blog post talked about the food safety of prints, and in the comments there's a link to an even more indepth look into the food safety of various countries etc.

http://blog.thingiverse.com/2011/08/23/meanwhile-in-the-made-things-scroll/http://blog.thingiverse.com/20...

I've been thinking about embossable cookie cutters myself, but I wondered if you'd considered what might happen if your cookie dough gets stuck in the cutter? Usually, with an open backed cutter, you'd just poke it through from the other side - but here you'd need to use a knife or something to dislodge it.

I'd love to know if this is an actual problem, or if I've been overcomplicating my designs without need :)

I would think that would depend on the stickiness of your dough. Nothing some flour wouldn't fix.

Having used embossed cookie cutters myself (not printed ones). I can say the the cookies do stick, especially to thin areas that cut into the dough. It does clean off easily with water. But, the cookies show error when it sticks. On the commercial ones, I use lots of spray oil.