Introduction: Tinkercad 3D Printed Cookie Cutter
Hello and welcome to my first tutorial on STEM. I have thought of something that would help people and something you and/or your family will enjoy doing. These are also good gifts to family members. they are also good keepsakes to treasure for years to come.
1- Tinkercad (program or online program)
2-3D printer (any will do)
3- Cookie dough (if you are going to make cookies)
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Step 1: Tinkercad Signup/sign In
The first step of the project is to log into tinkercad. The web address is www.tinkercad.com
Step 2: Create a New Project
After login, create a new project by clicking on create a new project.
Step 3: Starting on the Outer Wall for the Cutter
After you have created a new project, move your cursor to the sidebar and click the cylinder. Then, drag the cylinder to the middle of the workplace and drop.
Step 4: Shaping the Cylinder
As seen in the photo, click on the placed cylinder and move your cursor to one edge and click. Then two boxes for your measurements will appear. Make sure the length for cylinder is 50, and the width is 50. You can leave everything else the same.
Step 5: Preparing the Cut!
You must create another cylinder. Then you must shrink the new cylinder to put the it in. Then click the new cylinder and make it a hole place it in it and group them.
Step 6: Starting an Finishing the Podium
Click on the rectangle and shrink it to fit under the circle combine. Put under it and group.
Step 7: Enjoy
Put anything in the circle, 3D print and enjoy
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