CookieCutter-Editor v2.0

Nikolaus Gradwohl2010-11-26T02:02:00+00:00

I made a new version of my cookiecutter-editor.

Designs can be saved now and the node-count can be adjusted to your needs. I also exported a linux, a Macos X and a Windows version of the processing sketch.

Projektpage and Download Links

Go to the Projekt page and download the editor - because NOW is the right time of the year to desing your CookieCutters!

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See also:

Custom Cookie Cutters for the Makerbot
3D-Printed Brush-Holder
3D-Printed interlocked rings
Oldtimer Replacement Part made with 3D-Printer
Printed Processing sketch



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  1. Richard 2012-04-30T02:28:42+00:00

    Wow. Would love to use this on my Up3D! printer but the STL does not seem to include the raft so my extruder creates a tangle.

    Can this be adjusted or remedied?



  2. makerguy 2014-07-21T23:28:52+00:00


    1. Open stl in Meshmixer (freeware).

    2. Add "mouse ears" stls created in favorite modeler, just 1mm high semi-circular pads. Push them in at exterior points until touching main piece, stops edge curling and pull up without big rafts, and easy to clean up after printing.

    Not a new idea.

    and here

  3. AARON D SCHMIEDEL 2020-04-19T18:08:39+00:00

    Importing into Cura, it does a fill. Like it doesn't recognize the "sides" as being thin....

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