Ninja Cookie Cutter

by whowhatwhere, published

Ninja Cookie Cutter by whowhatwhere Apr 25, 2010

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Ninja cookie cutter - 10 times more deadly than a normal cookie cutter!

Use at your own risk.

I have a stack of different cookie cutters I\'m about to load up - I was not the first to load a cookie cutter and I\'m sure I wont be the last.

If anyone uploads others please tag then with "cookie cutter" so they be easy to find :)


This design is untested (and trained in secret cookie arts from the east)

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I've asked our filament supplier to look into it. The other thing is that brass (heater barrel and nozzle) often contain a lot of lead...

But they do use brass in food ware. It is dangerous, but obviously not dangerous enough for it to be illegal.

There are different types of brass...

It might not be a good a idea to print it ABS since it's for use with food, but PLA is no problem, because it's based on renewable and organic sources, whereas ABS is made from oil. I will definately print one of these in PLA!

There's a blog post on this at http://blog.thingiverse.com/2009/09/13/for-foodies-out-there/http://blog.thingiverse.com/20...

chrille wrote: "but PLA is no problem, because it's based on renewable and organic sources, whereas ABS is made from oil"

I'm not sure, if it's that easy. You can produce quite toxic stuff from renewable and organic sources! It's not that PLA grows on trees, it's produced in an industrial process.

What I mean is that the ingridients are much more "friendly" against the environment and probably also humans. I know that impurities might have gotten into the PLA while manufacturing it, but then again all polymers undergoes an industrial process while getting manufactured.

Also here in Denmark many of the disposable cups that are made for slush ice and smoothies are made of PLA! But of course you're right in, that this particular PLA filament have gotten heavy metals or other impurities into it while getting extruded.

If you clean it up so no loose bits can get into your delicious dough, and then bake the cookie afterwards, I see no problem?

based on the fact that people have eaten cakes made with a frosting extruder, I would think so.

Jokes aside...

I'm not certain, but I would have to assume so. Has anyone else used their makerbot creations in the kitchen and if so with what results?