Combabit - Karambit comb

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Combabit - Karambit comb by majorrom Dec 14, 2014
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A mix between a karambit from CS:GO and a comb. Sort of like those butterfly knife combs. Works alright as a comb, but looks pretty cool and is fun to spin around.


Print the two halves then use acetone or superglue to put them together.

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I made a redesign of this with no errors and slic3r friendly!
Check it out if you'd like! :)

Kombabit 2.1 slic3r friendly/ 0 errors/ perfect design

i was wandering if you could work on this because my maker doesnt recognise the comb part

How much would it cost for you to sell one of those?

I've got no idea. Plastic isn't too expensive and neither is the acetone to put the halves together. If I were selling this to somebody in school or something I would probably charge around $5-$10 depending on how much they want to spend.

Would you be willing to sell a black version of this to me?
and how much for one that would be painted with a cs:go karambit skin? Like an ultraviolet or Crimson Web

I'll consider it. Email me: thingiverse.throwaway (at) gmail (dot) com

Wow! it looks so... fancy! haha nice work!

Not entirely sure what the problem is, but the version of makerware I'm using hates the comb part. I open it in mesh and it looks like 2 objects in the stl but makerware only recognizes the handle.

Did you try with the halves? They have been fixed with netfabb. Otherwise if you want to print the whole thing fix it for slicing yourself using netfabb cloud or a similar service

Yeah, I tried the halves. Meshmixer can see both the handle and comb, but it is listed as two different objects in the single stl file, and makerware I don't think can understand that.