Cookie cutter - Marine biology

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Type
Colour - transparent
Material
Description of cookie cutter marine biology

Our marine biology cookie cutters make a great gift for biology students and make great gifts for teachers or professors. In the cookie cutter set marine biology are the shapes:

  • Sailboat
  • Tentacle
  • Coral
  • Tardigrade
  • Diver

Production and material of cookie cutters marine biology

Our cookie cutters are sustainably 3D printed from biodegradable or recycled plastic. Polylactide (PLA) or recycled polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) is used. With both materials we pay attention to food conformity, the cookie cutters are therefore without added dyes and thus largely transparent.

Which material should I choose, PLA or rPET?

Our cookie cutters will always be available as PLA variants, this consists of ring-shaped closed lactic acid molecules. The advantage of this material compared to other plastics, is the biodegradability in industrial composting plants.

Our rPET variants are made from filament of recycled PET bottles, which we get from our cooperation with NGOs and from companies. Depending on the NGO, PET bottles are collected from a wide variety of places, washed and prepared for reuse in 3D printing.

You can find everything about 3D printing from recycled PET bottles and our collaborations at our PET Recycling Project.

    Important information about the use of the cookie cutters marine biology

    Please do not use our cookie cutters in very hot environments! PLA and rPET show a change in shape above 60°C. Therefore, we recommend not to wash our cookie cutters in the dishwasher but simply rinse them briefly by hand and dry them.

    Awards and prizes of the cookie cutters marine biology

    Lab Journal Cookie Cutter Rating

    The magazine for scientists has rated our cookie cutters marine biology very well.

    Conclusion of the test: "For science fans with a passion for baking a must."

    You can find the test of our cookie cutters from www.laborjournal.de here.