With that fateful day, as Neil Lance Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin boarded the Saturn V which was departing for man’s lunar mission, they accomplished it with shaving kits that contains Gillette’s razors. The organization now celebrates half a century since that glorious achievement, and it is lengthy-standing connection to NASA, to produce the Apollo handle under its popular Razor Maker program that allows you to choose custom 3D printed grips for the trusty Gillette blade.
For space and science aficionados, now you can fasten a lunar-themed Apollo handle to the bottom of your Gillette Mach 3 or Fusion5 ProGlide blade. The razor features a unique moonscape handle design adorned having a in the past inspired “one small step” boot imprint around the front and NASA’s emblem around the back. Each handle is SLA 3D printed in Gillette’s Boston headquarters, and comes specialized inside a beautiful metallic grey finish that superbly brings about the colors and also the textures from the moon’s crater-filled surface!
Around the 50th anniversary from the Apollo 11 moon landing, Gillette is proud introducing the Apollo Collection by Razor Maker. This special edition collection pays homage to mankind’s steps around the moon. The razor features a unique moonscape handle design adorned having a in the past inspired “one small step” boot imprint around the front. The rear reveals the legendary and period accurate NASA “meatball” insignia. Available solely on Gillette.com
Razor Maker™ is definitely an exciting indisputable fact that supplies a limited quantity for 3D-printed razor handles. Each Razor Maker™ handle is printed at Gillette’s Boston headquarters using stereolithography (SLA) printing technology from Formlabs, a Boston-area company that designs and manufactures effective and accessible 3D-printing systems.