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Intermediate Mr. Hankey Cookie Cutter

  • Machine Type:
    3D Printer
    CAD - Fusion 360/Cura
    Machine Time:
    3 hours (approximately), but I used a raft to ensure adhesion.
    Feeds & Speeds:
    Your printer may vary
    Inland Red PETG which actually turns out magenta which is why I am using it up making cookie cutters :)
    This is my contribution to the holiday season. If the show South Park offends you, I apologize and recommend you proceed no farther. For further information, search Youtube or Google for Mr. Hankey.

    This was originally done as a joke, but it seems they have become quite popular amongst friends and family so I thought I would share.

    The file makes a cookie about 8 inches (200 mm) long by about 2-2.5 inches wide. It is for cutting dough that is rolled to a maximum thickness of 1/4 inch (6.35mm). Brown food coloring was added to the dough to give it a "natural-ish" look.

    To start, I created a drawing in Inkscape:
    MrHanky Cookie.png
    I exported it as an .svg and opened it in Fusion 360. I drew another outer perimeter to make the cutting wall. Then I extruded various parts to different heights do put detail into the cookie dough so frosting the eyes and other details would be easier. Here are his dimensions.

    Hanky 3d builder image.png

    I printed it out lying top down with what was supposed to be red inland PETG, but prints as a magenta color. I used 50% infill and some of the other settings are visible below. I get good results at 245 degrees C for printing PETG on a 60 degree bed.
    Here is the finished product:
    And the delicious products born of Mr. Hankey's Christmas spirit.
    MrHanky Cookie.png Hanky 3d builder image.png Hanky_topbot.jpg IMG_20181205_121540_01.jpg Untitled.png IMG_20181216_200226826.jpg

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  1. Giarc
    I made a smaller version and removed a bit of detail that was unnecessary and causing the dough to stick in the cutter sometimes. I noticed a problem in the corners of the elbows where a "triangle" shape poked down into the dough to give the definition of the arm. The dough would get caught in there. Since my intention was to frost them with the details, I snipped this out with a cutter. The smaller version does not have this "triangle." Also, those first cookies were huge, so this version is smaller 1.5 in x 5 inch (40mm x 126mm). This file has been uploaded.
  2. Mark Carew
    LOL gross but funny ! :D
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