We bought some "penny candy" jars to keep cereal in our pantry, and I just needed a simple scoop suitable for dry cereal. I designed this one in Fusion 360, and put a flat bottom on it to keep it from rolling on the counter, and also to make it easier to print with minimal supports. It came out quite sturdy and well balanced. I hadn't planned on switching colors, but this was about a 4 ½ hour print job on my Prusa i3 MK2, and about halfway through, I thought it might be cool to switch filament and make it two-toned. I think it turned out pretty cool.
I printed at a .15mm layer height with 10% infill, and I changed filament color about halfway through to get the two-toned appearance. Supports were required for the handle, but the sides on the main part of the scoop were sufficiently vertical that no supports were required there. I used Simplify3D to slice it, with a support resolution of 5mm, enabling support for angles above 50 degrees.
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