Gillette's new service lets you 3D print a custom handle for your razor

48 different handles will be available.
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3D printing is coming to Gillette's razor line with a new service called Razor Maker. The service allows customers to select from 48 different designs that can be partially 3D printed with a black rubberized grip, fully 3D printed, or chromed-out handle. Several color options are available and each one is made at their Boston headquarters using stereolithography technology from their partners over at Formlabs, who are also based in the Boston area. 

Gillete's Razor Maker program is now producing handles in limited quantities and can be equipped with Mach 3 or Fusion blade cartridges.

From $19,

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