Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by Jayaruh, Oct 6, 2020.
The guy who did my V2 sent me this picture - he printed it standing up and the result was quite good.
He also used "variable infill". He claimed. I just wish he was cheaper.
Exactly what I was trying to e plain. He is doing it correctly.
A picture is worth a bunch of words.
He's doing it almost correctly.
To do it correctly he'll have to drop his price by half.
This is how the banana wabbit was last printed.
Gentlemen, this is all very helpful. Thanks!
only $22,000 to print it in platinum
My second Wabbit arrived today. The new orientation really helped. I got it all together.
* cough cough * banana
Banana, Banana Jam-a
Hey Jim, what do they call that color again?
It is technically yellow, but I call the razor my Banana Wabbit.
I couldn't wait for Wabbit Season. I used the new Wabbit on the right side of my face for an awesome shave. Left side was done with PAA Bakelite Slant. I could have skipped the second pass with the Wabbit. It was a very nice/close first pass.
Another variant of the Wabbit is coming soon... the Caerbannog. (click on name for explanation)
It's a Wabbit without a cap, 3 magnets and two small tabs in the base will hold the blade in place.
I had the "capless" idea while brainstorming rambling over on another forum and Tom seems to like it.
It will also feature a newly designed handle, this time not based on the Enders Speed.
I hope to be able to get one made next week.
That is definitely an interesting concept. Do you know the timing for the prototype?
I hope to get the head design early next week, then I'll need a day to connect the head to the handle at the right angle (based on a Schick Type E), then it's off to the printers.
(The head in my current design is a mutilated Wabbit head and not printable)
A week and a half, two weeks max. Fingers crossed.
That is pretty cool looking. You don't really need a cap. I have a capless Damaskeene that I shave with from time to time.
I love the "rabbit hole".
It has been printed. Now I need to wait for it to arrive.
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