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    Cool Rolling Pins

    Saw these on another forum and thought they were neat, although they gotta be hard to clean? I assume they are CNC engraved.
    http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/0...ns/?src=footer

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    Those are awesome.

    I have an old "knäckebröd rolling pin" that's used for making the funny patterns in rye crisps (specialty tool? yep, but it was $1 at an estate sale and I love rye crisps.. which reminds me I haven't made any in .. years.. sigh) which is basically a rolling pin with a bunch of square protrusions on it. If you lightly dust it with flour ahead of time and just use it for the last pass its not bad on the cleaning side ( a quick brushing does the trick). Some of these have a bit more detail so they might be a worse I suppose.

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    Cool ... although there's a bit of funny business going on in the last photo (shopped?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Thomas View Post
    Cool ... although there's a bit of funny business going on in the last photo (shopped?).
    Mirror mirror on the wall what's the truth of it all?
    Rolling pin so dear to me look back and forth and then you'll see.

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    Clever idea missing the big mac logo and some others i think kids could relate to that is if someone in the family actually is a baker. I can see some starbuck supplier picking up on this theme for starbuck cookies and adding $2 to the price of the cookie for it.
    cheers

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    Hey I like that.

    I don't have a rotary axis - YET - but that would be fun to make.

    I bet they would sell also.

    Definitely need to remember that one - they would be easy to make and I could price them accordingly.

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