Introduction: The One Handed Hair Tie
The one handed hair tie allows for a user to put their hair up with one hand.
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Step 1: 3D Printing the One Handed Hair Tie
- Download the STL file or download the CAD file and use OpenSCAD to modify the measurements to fit your needs.
- With the STL file you put it in a slicing program that generates a file the printer can read called G code.
- Take the G code and place it on a usb and then load the G code onto the printer.
Step 2: Using OpenSCAD to Edit Your One Handed Hair Tie
- Have OpenSCAD installed.
- Through OpenSCAD open The CAD file you downloaded.
- Use the instructions written in the CAD file to modify the device to your liking.
Step 3: Using Your Printed One Handed Hair Tie
- Have a hair ties. (Two hair ties are optional)
- (Optional) One of these hair ties you will use to loop through the hole and use to hold the one handed hair tie around your wrist.
- You then twist the second hair tie around the indentations.
- Next you put the one handed hair tie around your wrist.
- Gather your hair into a bun by twisting it.
- Slide the device through your bun to hold it in place.
- Slide the hair tie from the indentations onto your bun.
- Adjust to your liking.