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3D printed in bronze-infused stainless steel with visible print lines and rough feel.
The original handle of the KC-02 is some sort of cast metal and isn't terribly strong, ergonomic, or stylish. This part enhances all of these aspects. It's stainless steel construction increases its durability, and the design makes it easier to use and gives it a fantastic new look. If the Knob style isn't for you, I have many other designs to choose from. Custom design comissions are available occasionally, but are accepted and priced on a case by case basis.
All of the handles are 3D printed and because of this I recommend a little bit of prep work be done on a new part before installation in order to smooth out its operation as well as keep the stock parts from wearing prematurely.
To learn more about the process and properties of the steel prints check out this page: https://www.shapeways.com/materials/steel
Replaces Part number 33 on the KJW KC-02. Formerly named 02-33 Type-K7