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Bike handle bar grip mold

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Bike handle bar grip mold by Rconroy Jun 14, 2013
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This is a handlebar grip mold for a bicycle. You will need to print this mold then fill it with a silicone based material like Smoothon Mold Max

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ineluctable - It was originally designed to have the two half's of the printed with their large flat surface on the bottom, with the removable core being printed on its circular flat surface. Hope this helps, and let me know if you've got any other questions!

You have inspired me to CAD up my own grip molds.

I love it. What is your preferred orientation for printing? You have the two halves displayed standing on edge in the renders, but I oriented each half flat on its back for printing and oriented the center part as a vertical tower.

great idea. will try to mold it directly on the steel pipe

Oakley grips ruled. Remember when?

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