There’s a time when it’s 12:45 in the morning, you’re sitting in a bar somewhere on the pacific coast, and you’re getting introspective. You worry that you haven’t sold enough printed parts for the day, that people gave you too many drinks and not enough cash, and that you’re batting out of your league. You look over at your friends, exhausted from a long day, and you wish you could say something great. No words come, but your hands start moving of their own accord; they open your laptop, fire up Inventor, call up pages on the internet, trace vectors and convert formats. And in the pounding bass from the bar, in the dim lighting and the reflections of the patio fire, something pops up on your screen. Something great. Something that gives you hope for the future.
Batman brass knuckles. Designed at 12:46 in the morning for Sarms Jabra. The initials are backwards so that when you punch someone, it leaves the imprint of your initials in their skin. We were looking for a killer app for 3D printers. We found this instead.
Yes. Everything will be OK.