Wow, amazing handles
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What do you want to know? This one weigh 25 grams and feels pretty solid. There are lots of ridges, so I think it is super grippy. Anything else?
Yeah,Bensbites wrote: ↑Wed Aug 07, 2019 10:22 pmWhat do you want to know? This one weigh 25 grams and feels pretty solid. There are lots of ridges, so I think it is super grippy. Anything else?
when will you be producing burly, curly, and spalted ones?
Or two-piece examples?
25grams? Sounds like its as light as ho wood, no?
Ha. This is definitely different than working on wood. Of nothing else I am enjoying the process to running up a $200 printer plus upgrades. I may start tackling custom programming objects just for the fun of it. The type of thing that would happen when I can’t run powertools due to noise or unsafe levels of exhaustion.
These would also be much cheaper, so they are a nice economical route.
Two piece is possible, basically a pause then manually change the filament. It is a little more labor. I could see a wood filament with a change to spacer material then another change to ferrule material.
I just ordered glow in the dark, silver and rainbow filament. I may have let the 7yr old loose on amazon and then narrowed it down from there.