Safety razor cover

by edmo, published

Safety razor cover by edmo Jun 28, 2011

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A cover for a safety razor for all you awesome people out there.

I would guess that they're all about the same size, but I've uploaded the source files in case you need to adjust something. It was created in Autodesk inventor. Almost nothing is constrained. I don't like constraints.

This fits my razor nicely, which measures, according to my digital calipers, .989" wide, 1.620" long and .350" from the base of the blade to the top of the crown. My apologies for the antiquated measuring system if you're not from the US. Don't hate us, it was Britain's idea.

The file "razor cover 4" is a slightly improved version of this design that fits a little better. I'd recommend making it first.

If you want one but don't have a 3D printer, message me and we can work something out.


Print, put on razor without cutting fingers. For best shave, remove before use.

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I printed one of these in flexible filament, and scaled it a bit so it woud fit a ceramic peeler. It came out really well and fit perfectly.

printed one today. slid on so well you'd think it was made for my razor! ;)

Fits on my edwin jagger, bit tight, but not too tight.

for my blade, optimal print was 101% scaled.

This fits my Merkur HD very well. Thank you.

Also, using a good razor doesn't make you a hipster, it makes you a man! :)

the fit is really good but it slides off the razor. How did you keep it from sliding off the egde.

I didn't have a problem with this. If it fits but is just a tiny bit loose, you might try scaling it down by 1%-2% to see if that snugs it up a bit. If scaling doesn't work for some reason, you could always use a rubber band for retention.