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Old Yesterday, 09:04 AM   #1
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Lion Steel Ti Dust 3D printed Ti handle knife now out

At $1700 the 100 they made will be gone soon to collectors.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkl5GUR2lhY

I can't afford one, but I know collectors that will have one just as I'm sure some of us know car collectors that "have to have" show cars and concept vehicles for their collection.

It richly deserved the quality award at Blade Show 2014. No one has printed a knife handle, pivots and all, and it will probably be a while before anyone does again. It was about the only thing that was jaw dropping stop dead in your tracks that I saw and I dearly wish Publisher's Clearing House/Powerball had made me rich enough to part with the money for one of these.
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Old Yesterday, 11:17 AM   #2
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The knife/gun/guy toys world, along with lots of other 'worlds', are going to get turned on their head by additive printing, I think.

I'm thinking it's not too long off before I buy and download a template, then print the stupid mag baseplates I keep meaning to pick up when I'm at a shop...


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I agree.

I had a ton of fun discussing the technology with the owner at Blade and made a point of taking several people by to talk about the knife and the tech behind it.
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