Engineer Comb

by MisterBlack, published

Engineer Comb by MisterBlack Feb 27, 2013
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Finally, a comb especially designed for the engineer's magnificent head of hair (i.e. long hair paired with the absence of hair care).


Printed with ABS @:
0.15mm layer height
20% infill / 10% infill mk2
1 extra shell / 2 extra shells mk2

Changes in Mk2:
Sharper teeth
Stiffer construction

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I like the straightforward, no-nonsense design of this - and it's a good quick print, too.

I've included this comb in a feature comparing six of the best printable combs on my blog, http://3DGeni.us3DGeni.us, as evaluated by a top London hair stylist:


I'd be most interested in your comments.

Great Job, I like your comparison. Also I'm quite happy about the professional feedback. I have to admit I also find the comb a bit too flimsy, I'll try to upload a stiffer version soon.