If you like Tardis(what is that? Tardis is a time machine and spacecraft in the British science fiction television program Doctor Who) and happen to have a 3D printer at home you would like to try this:
3D print a Tardis cookie cutter -> make dough --> cut out shapes --> Bake
That's exactly what Thingiverse user dgwilson did. These cookie cutters come in two parts, one to make the impression in the dough, while the second one cuts the outline. You can download the TARDIS cookie cutter template here.
Steve D at Mad Art Lab used his friend Maggie's 3D-printed TARDIS cookie-cutters and made some gingerbread Tardis cookies. The detail structure of Tardis looks pretty clear on the cookie after baking. This can be a good treat for family and friends on all occasions, especially if they are big fans of Dr. Who.
(photo credit: Steven D)
Cookie cutter is probably the most practial use of a 3D printer. On Thingiverse there are a lot of different cookie cutters made by creators, there is even a Custom-Cookie-Cutter-Generator ;-) enjoy the video below and have fun with cookie making!
Via Mad Art Lab & Thingiverse
Posted in 3D Print Applications
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Shellie Ward wrote at 11/18/2012 6:14:18 AM:
It seems obvious to me this need to be put on the market ASAP ... so where can I get mine???
Kathleen OBrien wrote at 3/5/2012 9:01:29 PM:
can you make one for me for sale?