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    I needed a really big cookie cutter the other day. Can you print me one the size of a cake pan???

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    Wow! You need to change your screen name to Cake Boss!


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    I'd have preferred metal. I can have them printed but if Greenwood already has the design he should post prices for printed Arrow and Cookie cookie cutters...


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    6-7 arrows in stack, tighten with bolts then cut a tape from aluminum roofing flashing and bend tape around the arrows using rubber hammer. Then use rivets to connect the tape ends. Dremel the bottom to sharpen it. No?

    I guess no because arrows must be oversized... sorry


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    Quote Originally Posted by ARY View Post
    6-7 arrows in stack, tighten with bolts then cut a tape from aluminum roofing flashing and bend tape around the arrows using rubber hammer. Then use rivets to connect the tape ends. Dremel the bottom to sharpen it. No?

    I guess no because arrows must be oversized... sorry
    Yea, but then Jason wouldn't have an excuse to play with his 3D printer

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARY View Post
    6-7 arrows in stack, tighten with bolts then cut a tape from aluminum roofing flashing and bend tape around the arrows using rubber hammer. Then use rivets to connect the tape ends. Dremel the bottom to sharpen it. No?

    I guess no because arrows must be oversized... sorry
    Katie made me some line arrow cookie shortly after we first met using a similar method. She bent sheetmetal to make the cutter.

    It worked pretty good.

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    Photograph of arrow. Blow up to size desired.

    Stack layers of plywood to desired height.

    Glue photo to wood, and use jig saw, band saw, scroll saw, whatever to shape wood stack to arrow design.

    Use plywood arrow puppet to form sheet metal into edge of arrow cutter.

    Weld flat sheet of metal on top to give extra rigidity when cutting?

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    Sorry, I've been out of cell service most of the weekend. Cookie cutters (cave arrow or cookie) are $10 each. I can make them up to about 190mm long. The one Paulmal has is about 100mm long. It's one of the more complicated parts I make. Mainly because I need to get extrusion widths and cutter thicknesses to agree. I can do other designs... my son has an R2-D2 cookie cutter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwood_60 View Post
    Sorry, I've been out of cell service most of the weekend. Cookie cutters (cave arrow or cookie) are $10 each. I can make them up to about 190mm long. The one Paulmal has is about 100mm long. It's one of the more complicated parts I make. Mainly because I need to get extrusion widths and cutter thicknesses to agree. I can do other designs... my son has an R2-D2 cookie cutter.
    I'll buy one. ~100 mm sounds about right to me. Whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwood_60 View Post
    Sorry, I've been out of cell service most of the weekend. Cookie cutters (cave arrow or cookie) are $10 each. I can make them up to about 190mm long. The one Paulmal has is about 100mm long. It's one of the more complicated parts I make. Mainly because I need to get extrusion widths and cutter thicknesses to agree. I can do other designs... my son has an R2-D2 cookie cutter.
    I'll take 2. 100mm sounds right for me as well. PM me how to pay with PayPal.

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