Scwrench

You can never be too equipped for the everyday tasks that come up unexpected.

So what's to do about it?

Wear a pack of tools around or get a expansive multitool?

No, now you can print a simple and stylish tool for your pocket.

It can also be customised to bear your logo.

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    4 years ago on Introduction

    the design looks pretty cool, but I think for real world use you would have to machine it out of steel.

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    Idealy yes, but not everyone can afford to do it that way. I think very soon home-printer materials will be up for the task. Recently I got a sample of a carbon fibre-ABS fill. Haven't tried it yet, because I don't have all metal extruder, but this model will be perfect for the experiment.

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    mitko300589

    4 years ago on Introduction

    It was made from PLA to test and calibrate , but it's meant to be printed in ABS .

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    prathiths

    4 years ago

    Can somebody donate one to me?

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    kondzio29

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Looks nice, but i don't think it would be convinient to handle and tighten the screw for example...

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    seamster

    4 years ago on Introduction

    This is pretty clever! How strong is the printed plastic? Does it hold up to very much torque?