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3D Print SE razor
#1
In TOST I've seen my first SE made by 3D print.
After that, I've been hooked.
Tongue

Thanks to twhite and riverrun, now I've the TNNIBR aka Wabbit.
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Recently I've found some nice threads about Thingiverse designers.
Here my favs.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4646886
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https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4669389
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https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4667202
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Where there is a great desire there can be no great difficulty - Machiavelli & Me
Regards from Ischia, Pierpaolo
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#2
There really are some fun looking printed razors. Thanks for putting that together.
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Another clever design: EndGem Speed by Roger Quintero.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4689575
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Where there is a great desire there can be no great difficulty - Machiavelli & Me
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#4
I am enjoying my Triceratops. You can use injector blades in it, too. Here is a video about changing the blade.

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The Jayaruh Brushes  - The Clan of Catchers
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#5
I've gone crazy I think for 3d printed razors. I am also making cases to house my 3d printed razors.
This is one of my latest razors: the GEM-LP (low profile).
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I made this case for it today.
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This is my Gem type razor in green resin.
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And the case I made for it.
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Here is my new red and black EndGem.
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And its case.
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I think you have already seen my gray and black EndGem.
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Next week, I will be doing a 3d razor week. I will start it of with my first 3d printed razor, the TNNSER. I had a bunch of these, but I have gotten down to my black and green ones.
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Too many razors, not enough time.
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The Jayaruh Brushes  - The Clan of Catchers
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#6
I believe most of these are printed in ABS or PLA. Has anyone used PTEG? If how's the quality and durability so far?
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After seeing Mr. White's twhite great little Fuzzy Catcher, I decided to revisit the possibilities of duplicating a couple of my favorite lather catchers for 3d printing. I was also curious about the big fuss with the baton handles on the GEM Juniors. Turns out I really like how the fat handle feels, especially on light razors. The pictures below are my final design, which is a combination of two lather catchers, and the blade holding method of the 3d printed WeckGem, but with more blade feel, and of course, a baton handle. I'm finalizing the geometry for easier printing and will make the files available soon.
   
   
   
   
   
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(05-01-2021, 08:17 PM)SlimGem Wrote: After seeing Mr. White's twhite great lithe Fuzzy Catcher, I decided to revisit the possibilities of duplicating a couple of my favorite lather catchers for 3d printing. I was also curious about the big fuss with the baton handles on the GEM Juniors. Turns out I really like how the fat handle feels, especially on light razors. The pictures below are my final design, which is a combination of two lather catchers, and the blade holding method of the 3d printed WeckGem, but with more blade feel, and of course, a baton handle. I'm finalizing the geometry for easier printing and will make the files available soon.
VERY COOL !!!
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Awesomelicious SlimGem
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JayaruhI've gone crazy I think for 3d printed razors. I am also making cases to house my 3d printed razors.
This is one of my latest razors: the GEM-LP (low profile).

I made this case for it today.


This is my Gem type razor in green resin.

And the case I made for it.


Here is my new red and black EndGem.

And its case.


I think you have already seen my gray and black EndGem.


Next week, I will be doing a 3d razor week. I will start it of with my first 3d printed razor, the TNNSER. I had a bunch of these, but I have gotten down to my black and green ones.


Too many razors, not enough time.

I missed this before. Beautiful collection there!!
Do your damnedest in an ostentatious manner all the time.
George S. Patton
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