Ice Scraper - Car Windshield Scraper

by Tony_D, published

Ice Scraper - Car Windshield Scraper by Tony_D Jan 8, 2015


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This is an improved version of my first scraper. Works great.

  • Prints without support
  • Has a cord hole on the end
  • Works great straight from the printer

  • If you want it to work even better... once it's printed hit the scraper end with a hairdryer or heat gun for a few minutes. Let the edge droop a tiny...I do mean tiny bit... This will help it on the curved glass surface even more.

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What material is better for this, ABS or PLA? What infill settings and how many external layers?

Just how much ice can this scrape? Here in Phoenix we get ice at least 2-3 times a year on the windows. It is really cold on the hands.

Can I have the source files so I can personalize it?

Hey man,

I just uploaded all the source files. Let me know how it goes. I want to see what you come up with.

The source files are in the Zip file. I exported to all the different types that Fusion 360 will spit out.


Yeah, sure... I'm out of town on business but I'll get it posted when I get back next week. TD

That look great, i'll make one