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.
- 3D Modeling
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