Amazing how 3D printing tech has come. Used to be, the plastic was kinda crappy and it couldn't be used for anything that was made to be used hard.Just assorted novelties and prototypes. I've noticed Shapeways has been introducing a lot of technical/industrial plastics that are made to really take a beating and a half. Now ,I wonder how long until they come out with a printer that can print using tool steels and harden/heat treat the finished product? From what I've seen, the steels (or should I simply say "metals") used for 3D printing of tools are a bit weak for withstanding any abuse.
Cool for sure but I am such a sucker for leather. I like the way the bits are stowed . Nice work and very nice reviews as always.
If the tool snags on something at the top will it be yanked out?
These looks great! Any chance making some sheath for Victorinox Spirit?
All my holsters so far rely on the springs built into the Leatherman tools. The springs on the Spriti move up/down and wouldn't work well as a lock.
The P4 will be available with a belt clip. I haven't yet added that to the other series. I still don't trust a open clip compared to a loop, no matter how flexible the plastic, clips wear out.I access the bits by just tilting it out and pushing them sideways, but that only works for the bit sizes I already know.
I would be happy to purchase one and be a tester for the charge plus titanium if you are interested.