Creative Cookie Cutters
by Tschojo, published
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Here's a collection of cookie cutters I've designed with CookieCutter-Editor (http://www.local-guru.net/blog/pages/cookiecutter-editor).
Print, cut the dough and bake! Yummy :)
There's a nice write-up how to make your very own shapes with the tool I've used: http://www.instructables.com/id/Making-3d-printed-cookie-cutters-Dr-Who-Charact/
Or simply press "h" for instruction.
Special thanks to my flat mate Florian (http://www.thingiverse.com/flouSH) for letting me play with his Ultimaker ;)
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I like the hand cookie cutter the most! So many opportunities to arrange the single fingers! Have a look at the pics;)
Note that there are two versions of the Ultimaker Robot: The lite version and the normal version with more details.
Remember to use high-quality filament which isn't toxic.
How to slice:
- Download Cura from http://software.ultimaker.com
Layer height: 0.2
Wall thickness: 0.8
Fill density: 20% (for the holder of the cutter)
For simple shapes I've activated the wonderful spiral print mode in expert settings named "Joris" (to credit Joris van Tubergen (http://www.thingiverse.com/joris) for this simple, yet powerful idea)
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