Trim Scissors Necklace Pendant - Tritium Vials - Shapeways 3D Print

Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
Description:
Hey Cad Crowd!

Got another project for the personal jewelry collection I'd like done.

Trim Scissors as a necklace pendant. Trim Scissors? Yes, Trim Scissors.

I work in the Colorado Cannabis industry and a sign of good times to come is trim scissors. Nothing more satisfying than sitting down at a table and manicuring your hard work after busting backside for several months.

So I'd like to make a scale version that will work as a necklace pendant with some Tritium vials in the handle portion for additional cool factor.
Wants:
It's a pretty simple project from what I can tell. Just copy the design of the scissors in the attached .jpg

I want the rubber handle grip portion to feature the same design elements as on a traditional bandanna. Done so it looks engraved into the handle.

Slip some Tritium vials in the inner portion of the handle.

At the end of a handle create a loop for the necklace clasp.
Don't Wants:
This is a project for Shapeways 3D printing service. Your model must work with their printing process. I intend to print this in their Premium Polished Silver finish.

www.shapeways.com
Software:
  1. 3D Modeling

Entries

Discussion

Billy Nare

Buyer

Fri, 14 Mar 2014 07:30:52 +0000
Closing the contest, working with chosen designer directly for finished product.

Billy Nare

Buyer

Mon, 10 Mar 2014 17:06:13 +0000
I didn't realize knock-off Swarovski Crystals were so cheap! Let's have the design of the handle grips be covered in 1.8mm flat back crystals as seen here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/72-144-Swarovski-Crystal-Flat-Back-Gems-Nail-Rhinestones-SS5-SS20-SWFB-144A-/111089433050?pt=US_Nail_Care&var=&hash=item19dd7239da

Billy Nare

Buyer

Mon, 10 Mar 2014 16:45:19 +0000
Sorry, need to be more clear. 2 Tritium vials length wise in the handles, as well as 2 width wise. 8 vials total.

Should end up being around 75mm length.

Billy Nare

Buyer

Mon, 10 Mar 2014 15:54:24 +0000
DaBu, yes, adjust the scale based on the Tritium vials in the handle. The vial should be most of the handle length.

If it's too detailed of a design for the handle at that scale, then I am open to changing it to something that looks interesting at that size or sticking with the original look.

Solid design, not expecting the scissors to move.

Thanks!
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 15:47:10 +0000
i guess it should be scaled down. what's the size? the engraving will probably have features too small to be printed

Billy Nare

Buyer

Sun, 09 Mar 2014 04:36:09 +0000
Skip the tension spring in your design, but include the spring mounts and I will find a real spring to add in after the print.

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