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I’ve recently built a Mini Kossel 3D printer and already I’m wondering how I ever lived without a 3D printer. For example, my wife and daughter were making cookies today for the big Thanksgiving feast tomorrow but they couldn’t find the turkey cookie cutters. No problem! 3D printer to the rescue!

A quick trip over to Thingiverse quickly gave me a very nice design for a turkey cookie cutter. Twenty minutes later I had a plastic food-safe cookie cutter and the girls were back in action!  No trips to the store.  No fighting the traffic.  Easy as pie cookies!

How has your 3D printer saved the day?

17 thoughts on “3D Printer Saves Turkey Day!

      1. Sorry, I meant to say “The lack of a smooth surface makes nearly any 3D print, regardless of material, a *poor* container for foods.”

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