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Print your own cookie cutter on a 3D printer using one of these files designed by Chip Wolfe, Digitization Specialist/Access Services Technician at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

The .dae file does not need to scaled; the .stl file will need to be scaled. The cutter was designed to be 14 mm deep and 85 mm top to bottom, but can be rescaled to whatever size you like.

UPDATE 10-25-16: Stephen Gray of University of Bristol modified the file (it reportedly had a spike that prevented it from fitting on the printer bed). The modified version is being shared here in hopes that it will be helpful to others. Check the "additional files" area at the bottom of this record.

OA Cookie Cutter 1-4_fixed.stl (150 kB)
OA Cookie Cutter .stl file

OA Cookie Cutter 10-16.stl (44 kB)
OA Cookie Cutter (modified by Gray 10-16)

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Open Access Cookie Cutter

Print your own cookie cutter on a 3D printer using one of these files designed by Chip Wolfe, Digitization Specialist/Access Services Technician at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

The .dae file does not need to scaled; the .stl file will need to be scaled. The cutter was designed to be 14 mm deep and 85 mm top to bottom, but can be rescaled to whatever size you like.

UPDATE 10-25-16: Stephen Gray of University of Bristol modified the file (it reportedly had a spike that prevented it from fitting on the printer bed). The modified version is being shared here in hopes that it will be helpful to others. Check the "additional files" area at the bottom of this record.