Batman Cookie Cutter

by Buhi, published

Batman Cookie Cutter by Buhi Nov 26, 2012
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Batman Cookie Cutter.


Print out this cookie cutter to make your own batman cookies.

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I've just simply been unable to print it. The base prints perfectly, but the blade is simply far too thin. I'll keep playing with slicer settings, but I had to scale it up to even get a blade, and the first time I got a blade to work, (120%,) it was only a single thickness,
CR-10S4, .4 and .6mm nozzles, in PETG or PLA. I'm trying to stay with PETG to keep it food safe.

Made one and it's great! It's just like other plastic cookie cutters in terms of strength and flexibility, but it's cooler of course since it's Batman.

Design sliced & printed well, but it's a little flimsy. Worked fine on softened shortbread dough, but started to creak/crack when I hit a mini chocolate chip.

Hi. Great job. What software did you use the design the cutter?

I made this. Worked like a champ. Now I wanna make cookies :)

I need this in my life

Holy cutter, Batman!

Can you do My Little Pony too? Just kidding!