We’ve been cutting cakes into slices for nearly as long as cakes have been around. When presented with the task of cutting a cake into squares or circles, Matthais Wandel of Woodgears took the challenge and elevated it even further.
Why not hexagons?
The woodworker developed a knife that cuts cakes into hexagonal patterns. Similar in appearance to a honeycomb.
Check out the video below and see how to make the knife. Then the amazing results when he finally uses it to cut into the cake.