You don't need to be a master in baking, all you need to have is a 3D printer! In the video below Ralf Holleis printed out Christmas cookies on a 3D printer. An UNFOLD Pastruder is used to pressurize the syringe full of cookie dough to extrude different parttern and shapes of 3D printed cookies. If you are interested in the designs of paste extruder you might want to check the Unfold blog for details.
(Images credit: Ralf Holleis)
The video is very nicely made, so enjoy!
Do you prefer design and print your own cookie cutters? CookieCaster's drawing board from Dreamforge will let you design and create custom cookie cutters using an image file or simply your imagination. Your Cookie Caster models can be downloaded for free as an .stl file to print on your 3D printer.
For those who like to purchase customized cookie cutters online, you might want to check out these collection from Athey Moravetz. For about $4 to $6 for each 3D printed cookie cutter and about $12 to $36 for sets, you will have a wide choice from Pokémon, My Little Pony, Mario annd Luigi to Mario Bros.
(Images credit: Athey Moravetz)
Happy 3D printing and Merry Christmas everyone!
Posted in 3D Printing Applications
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Barbie wrote at 3/21/2014 7:52:35 PM:
Hey! Would you be able to give out the codes to these cookie cutters? That would be awesome! Thanks! (firstname.lastname@example.org)