This new innovation from MakerBot's Thingverse lets users create different sweet treats in multiple shapes and sizes.

This may be great news for cookie lovers and just about anyone who thinks anything related to 3D printing technology is cool.

The folks over at Makerbot's Thingiverse have created a program that can turn drawings and doodles into digital files which can then be used to create 3D-printed cookie cutters in different sizes and shapes.

With the Cookie Cutter Customizer, users can sketch out their desired cookie shapes and turn them into 3D-printable digital files. The customizer can even make it possible to create designs with cutouts inside.

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