Currently I am using a 2 blade setting for the cookie cutters. I set the regular blade at 17.5mm depth and 0.555 thickness. I set the extra blade at 15.5mm depth and 1.05mm thickness. So combined they are 1.56mm thick and then drop off to 0.555 thickness for 2mm (the cutting edge). These blades are used to cut 1/4" thick sugar cookie dough and are holding up well. The only problem I have is the “shoulder” that is created from when the extra blade drops off. I originally had a blade separation problem, but I addressed that with the cura slicer and now the 2 blades don’t separate. I am using a Ender3 pro with a .4mm nozzle.
Before I started printing our own cutters we bought them online (my wife is the baker, I just do the computer stuff with the 3D printer and eddie printer). We purchased some cutters which were 3D printed and they do start with a thick blade close to the handle and then it is gradually reduced to a thin edge where it cuts into the dough. There is no “shoulder” from using a 2 blade print and they are definitely 3D printed because they have the layer lines. I figure that they are using a .2mm nozzle and are gradually reducing the thickness with less lines as the blade gets thinner. Maybe they are using a different type of 3D printer?