Stroopwafel - a delicious treet from the Netherlands
Now you can print them, too! They look just like the real thing - with a bitemark.
For one Stroopwafel you have to print the upper, lower and filling file, then just glue them together with a little super glue.
It's not only a delicious looking wafer, you can also use it as a coaster for your coffee.
The Keychain is half the size of the Stroopwafel and has a hole in it for the key ring.
Print the upper, lower and filling file and glue the parts together. If you like you can additionally secure the hole with an eyelet (5mm).
Enjoy - but don't eat it ;-)
Printed with 0.2 resolution and 20% infill.
Only the "filling" files need a little support for the dripping sirup, all other files don't need any supports.
Some slicer might have problems to print the tiny wafer structure on the keychain.
If you use Slic3r, you have to turn on "detect thin walls" in the print settings and it will work without any problems.
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