Nail Clipper for Mr.Kuriki

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Introduction: Nail Clipper for Mr.Kuriki

About: hisashi-im-works.blogspot.com
This is nail clipper for Mr.Kuriki.
Kuriki has a disability of left hemiplegia.

Step 1: Cut a MDF(2.5mm)

Step 2: Cut a Acrylic(5mm)

Step 3: Cut a Felt(3mm)

Step 4: Remove From a Plate and Set Up

Step 5: Assemble a Base

Step 6: Bond Together Felts

Step 7: Attach the Nail Clippers

Step 8: Finish!!

Step 9: Gift to Mr. Kuriki


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    12 Discussions

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    such2020
    such2020

    2 years ago

    Hi! I really want to make this for someone but i am missing the measurements how big was your mdf and acrylic?

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    hisashi_kun
    hisashi_kun

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    But I want it to be an open source,could be build by everyone who real need it!

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    artworker
    artworker

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Sure dude! Anybody can respect that. But the design looks very tempting for a babie's nail clipper. You can make them and just charge the manufaturing and courier costs! Just a thought! But still! Too good.

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    You can always leave it open source and still sell it. Many people just don't have the supplies, time or drive to make things themselves and prefer to buy :)

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    Pat_Maroney
    Pat_Maroney

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Well done!
    The way you joined the layers together is super nifty!
    I very much wish I had a laser cutter.....

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    hisashi_kun
    hisashi_kun

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry.My project target is the person who has it.
    Perhaps there're a lot of ideas without laser cutter....

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    mikolynn
    mikolynn

    7 years ago on Introduction

    good "little things what make life better" project!

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    thebear1
    thebear1

    7 years ago on Introduction

    nice good job helping someone out with a disability   i like the idea