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Your Head In 40 Slices of Cheese

get your head made out of sliced cheese
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Your Head In 40 Slices of Cheese is a new service that results in you receiving a replica of your head, made out of slices of cheese.
Here's how it works:
You begin the process by paying for a 3D scan of your head at one of the new scanning booths set up specifically for this purpose. At this point a variety of cheese types is offered for your choice.

The resulting file from the scan, along with your delivery address and choice of cheese is sent to the manufacturer, where a scaled down replica mould of your head is produced. This is then used as a container to make the actual cheese.

Once complete, the cheese is removed from the mould in one piece, and cut accurately into 40 perfect horizontal or vertical slices. (like the action of a 3D printer) Each slice is carefuly separated from the next by the insertion of a perfect laser cut outlined sheet of grease proof paper.

When you receive your Cheese Head, you can look forward to eating yourself one slice at a time, by making cheese on toast under a grill.

xenzag, May 21 2019

Works well with this Bread_20Head
Bread Head [xenzag, May 21 2019]


       For some folk like me, Swiss would be the best choice.
RayfordSteele, May 21 2019

       Swiss is better than Cottage!
xenzag, May 21 2019

       Grate parmesan on the head for an authentic dandruff look.
DenholmRicshaw, May 21 2019

       Seems pointless to mould and then slice. If it's been moulded I would want it whole, so I can shave my own slices off it.   

       Better perhaps to make normal cheeses, slice them, and then have cnc-controlled cutting wire to carve, say, 5mm thick slices according to the scan, which are then stacked. That way each slice can be a different cheese.   

       [+] for cheese, [-] for the slicing and greaseproof paper, [+] for cheese, net score [+]
pocmloc, May 21 2019

       You can have "yours" as a single lump - stilton or parmesan?
xenzag, May 21 2019


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