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    Software for building your own cutting board



    found this vid, looks pretty good.

    what do you guys think?

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    I wonder how long it is going to be before one prints his own board with a 3D printer.'


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    that would be quite interesting.

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    Pretty amazing. Technology today is reaching into every facet of life. It's a bit scary.
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    very cool

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    3d printed knife handles would be pretty close to possible and 3d printed knife blanks too.

    hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by franzb69 View Post
    3d printed knife handles would be pretty close to possible and 3d printed knife blanks too.

    hmmm...
    Actually, handles are more realistic target. 3D printers will make CNC machines that some makers employ in carving handles, much more expensive setup. You material choice with 3D printers will be limited to polymers, but that's what handles on folders/tactical knives are made these days anyway.

    Knife blanks are safe, as properties of heat treated steel can't be matched by polymers. Yet.

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    Actually, handles are more more realistic target. 3D printers will make CNC machines that some makers employ in carving handles, much more expensive setup. You material choice with 3D printers will be limited to polymers, but that's what handles on folders/tactical knives are made these days anyway.
    specially when 3d printers are getting cheaper and cheaper these days.

    Knife blanks are safe, as properties of heat treated steel can't be matched by polymers. Yet.
    for now.

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