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Scalpel handle

by joo, published

Scalpel handle by joo Nov 6, 2012
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A handle for surgical scalpel blades

"fitment 3"... fits those standard kind of blades

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  1. print with .15 layerheight or lower
  2. fit blade
  3. ?????
  4. profit

For editing: In the sketchup file the "fitment" thing is saved as a standalone solid, residing on z height 0, so you could easily change the handle part underneath by importing/creating a shape that goes from z 0 downwards. I only used Sketchup, so the ergonomics are a bit polygony ;)

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I might assume it's disposable, isnt it? I think it may be hard to sterilize it...

well, i don't think you should use it fo anything other than hobby and craft work :) I mostly use it for 3D printing touchup, since i had a 100pc pack of blades and no x-acto knife.

beautiful thing, can't judge about ergonomics without holding it... but love things that are a bit polygony, including cars but now they make them like soaps ;(

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