Razor Stand

by rwlloyd, published

Razor Stand by rwlloyd Jan 2, 2013
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My first attempt at a printed stand for a safety razor and Brush. Designed for a Merkur Futur and a fairly average shaving brush. Overall height 110mm and hook widths of 16 and 27.5mm


This one printed without issue with 0.3mm layers, 2 perimeters and 30% infill. Sliced using Slic3r.

The hole in the hooks to accommodate the shaft is 5mm. The shaft itself is ~6mm depending on the accuracy of your printer. The surfaces can be threaded to M6 or the hole drilled out to a tight fit.

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made this a long time ago for my Koffin Top razor design; works great and it's still in use to this day.

For those out there who want to use this with my razor I've found it works best if you hang it upside down from the end of the handle. It stays put and won't fall off that way.

Worked great! As instructions noted, I will need to bore out the hole a tiny bit (which is the right decision for a tight fit).

I'm glad you liked it. I've been thinking I need to do a new version that's a bit prettier but mines still going strong after a year.