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Detailed Oreo Box

by hutchyx Feb 23, 2019
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What did you use to stick a cookie and filling together ?
I'm about to finish printing.

I used 3D Gloop, but you should be able to use regular super glue

Fun note: if you size this to 25% it is the exact size of a real Oreo cookie, and if you size it to 34% it perfectly fits a real Oreo inside, without it shaking around inside when it’s screwed shut. :)

this is awesome. how many attempts did it take to figure it out

Anyone tried it with the detailed side down?

Soooo... The cookie part obviously needs supports, but what about the threads for the inner and outer stuffing pieces?
I printed them with supports, but I've been chipping and cutting away at them off and on for 3 days now and I still can't completely thread them together yet. I haven't had this issue with other models... Printed at 50%

At 100%, I did not use supports on the threads.
I only used supports on the cookie when printed with the detail side up

This is too big. Can you post a link to the original?

just scale it down

I just gave an 80mm diam one to my wife for her birthday. She was very pleased. Thanks :)
(Oh, I filled it with chocolates)

How did you print this? E.g., supports, what face goes down, etc.

the detailed side of the oreo goes up.
yes. you need supports

What kind of retraction settings did you use for the detailed cookie part?

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Gotta say this print came out CLEAN. Nice work! I think I might attempt this with Amazon Basics PLA on my CR-10S (modded). I think my BF would die if I made him this xD

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Which types and colors of filament did you use?

pla - prusament galaxy black and cctree white