Turkey Cookie Cutter - Cleaned

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Turkey Cookie Cutter - Cleaned by nybble41 Nov 15, 2012
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I liked the idea of the Turkey Cookie Cutter by wstrinz, but Skeinforge protested about some self-intersecting and coincident surfaces. So I cleaned up the model in Blender and added a subdivision modifier to smooth out some of the rough edges.


  1. Print one cookie cutter.
  2. Prepare a sheet of cookie dough.
  3. Use cookie cutter to stamp turkey shapes in dough.
  4. Remove extra dough.
  5. Bake.

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Tried this, but it was too thin :(

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When printed on my Makerbot 5th gen this turkey has way more gaps than the original.

This object is very thin, so results will depend quite a bit on your printer calibration and slicer settings. When I sliced this with 0.3mm layers and 0.42mm perimeters and printed on my Solidoodle 2 there were no gaps.