Beard shaping tool

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Beard shaping tool by eried Oct 3, 2016
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Trim your beard precisely.

Note: Print flat/parallel to the bed. Rotate the object before printing.

How to

Step 1: Upper trim

Select a reference for the back part (i.e. ear against the metric scale in the tool) and for the frontal part (i.e. the tool against the middle of your lips) and trim your beard following the tool's curved part. Flip it horizontally and repeat

Step 2: Neck trim

Turn the tool upside down, align it vertically with the center of your neck and trim your neck beard. Flip it and do the same symmetrically. Finish by cutting the leftover bottom part

Step 3: Finish

Trim everything else between the boundaries provided by the beard shaping tool

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How to set the print options so that the comb lines will print at once (can`t seem to find out how to change this). Now the comb lines print so that there are 2 walls and 1 line of infill for each comb but the infill line prints half on first run and then fills the other half by jumping between combs, which causes lines/artefacts between combs)?

What are you using? In Cura you can play with "Print thin walls" and "Wall lines".

Thanks for responding. I am using Cura indeed however changing those settings doesn't help. I set the option "Fill Gaps Between Walls" to "Nowhere" but i'm afraid this will make the combs to break too easy. Anyway, i cleared the print already anyway but was curious about the strange way the combs get printed out.

This is how it should look. It is quite strong even in PLA

Question, I printed one parallel to the bed (laying flat) and it printed a base layer under the combs. Any recommendations? Should I not use any plate adhesion?

Yes, brim and raft should be disabled when printing this

great design, but do you have a shaping tool for nose hairs. Please consider a beard braiding kit. <say that 3 times fast) I want to make a lighting pattern of my friends beard as he sleeps - have somping for dat. What about something for the ladies.... u nom wat i meen

For nose hair just print the same at 10% scale

Constructive Criticism: Please add printing specs, such as infill percentage, adhesion layers, etc. etc.

For some reason, this model printed out in loose spaghetti in the shape of the comb. was a mess to clean up. Thanks!

Strange, did you printed it parallel to the bed? I added the instructions but there is nothing special about them

That is the best idea EVER!!!!

i totally dig the drawn ilustration ! :D

Any chance of a bowl for hair cuts? ;) Sarcasm!

hahaha awesome! I love it.

thanks for saving me 10 bucks, you the real MVP

This is bloody brilliant mate! Thank you so much you magnificent beast!

You are the MAN!
thanks for putting this together.

I curious what spurred the beard trimming tool design frenzy? Is there a contest I don't know about?
Also, where's the designs with some pizzazz like Lightning, Flames or the ever popular Star-Burns?

The design it is just based on a couple similar tools available in amazon. None of which ships to Chile. I can't understand the last part.

It's just a joke. I was saying why doesn't someone design a tool to cut lighting bolt or flame edge instead of the usual curve. As for Star-Burns:

If you can't just grow those naturally, you're hardly man enough to sport them!

Ahhh ok lol... Anyways these shapes are fucking lame ;)