Vintage Human: Vintage Razors, Vintage Brushes, Vintage Fountain Pens
Oh ok. My tweezerman badger brush typically dries in only a few hours, so i wasn't sure. I keep it in the bathroom, but on a shelf by the door, and i do try to dry it off with a towel first. And its always dry by the next morning. So long as its normal thats fine, I just wanted to make sure it wasn't going to ruin it or anything. Thanks
That's pretty cool.
It's been a few months, and I'm sorry to bring the thread back from the dead, but I'm interested to know what kind of epoxy was used and how it's holding up with the ABS plastic.
I'm not entirely sure what the exact kind of epoxy I ended up using was, but I just went to my local hardware store, and grabbed one of the 5 minute epoxies that said it was waterproof. It's been holding up pretty well, it hasn't been falling out or wiggling or anything. The hole was a very tight fit that the knot had to squeeze into, which might also provide some extra stability
thats so very cool! i have thought 3d printers were incredibly interesting for a while now, but never made the connection to using them for shaving products. way to go.
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