Yes, all I need is a sheet metal press and a lot of skills I don't yet have (like actually making the dies)Male it at a cost of 19.99$ and sell it with a nice purpusly aged cardboard for 1200$.
Actually, there is no need for 3d printing for that. It can be done manually.
This makes the most sense to me, but in stainless steel rather than brass.Mind you... I'll have access to a laser cutter as well... Maybe brass is even easier... Thinking...
Stainless steel is probably not bendy enough. The side tongues need to be bendy.This makes the most sense to me, but in stainless steel rather than brass.
Two pieces, silver soldered together so that you have the "stop" ridge and then use epoxy to attach the magnets.
That is cool. Glad you have access to a very good 3D printer.I have received the adapter from Hendrix and it works nicely (with a Proline blade)
Now I'm more determined than ever to finish my own blade adapter project.
I now have access to a very good 3D printer. I just need to find the time.
I joined a "Makerspace" just over a week ago.That is cool. Glad you have access to a very good 3D printer.
Why wouldn't Tom give you the files? He doesn't want to build them, doesn't want to licence them. What's his logic?I joined a "Makerspace" just over a week ago.
The scary thing is that they have a CNC machine as well.
I have to talk Tom into giving me the files for the Bunny or the original TNNSER Not really.
They don't have a machine for pressing/forming sheet metal, otherwise, I could make my own improved lather catchers...
(Working with modern GEM blades without adapters)
I would not know where to start though, but that has never stopped me before.
He might, but I don't want to get into the CNC rabbit hole too. So I won't even ask if he would.Why wouldn't Tom give you the files? He doesn't want to build them, doesn't want to licence them. What's his logic?