Pizza Cutter

Introduction: Pizza Cutter

I lost my favorite pizza cutter I had since college... I drew this up from memory!

No, it just isn't the same, but this works just as good.

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Step 1: Print the Parts

Download and print the parts in the orientation shown.

Blade and Plug should be 50% infill. I like as high of a resolution as possible to help out with layer adhesion.

All files can be printed without support material!

For me, I used ABS for this part. You can use food safe material, but ABS seems to be working well.

Step 2: Assemble

Everything can be assembles without adhesive.

The plug should fit into the hole of the blade, and the housing will press-fit over the blade assembly and hold it all together.

Step 3: Take Pizza Out of Oven... That's It!

This is made to be disassembled for cleaning. Depending on the plastic, it should be top-shelf dishwasher safe.

I've used ABS and have had no issues so far.

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    wold630
    wold630

    4 years ago

    Cool! I would love to see a picture of the printed piece!!