3D Printed VITRUS Multitool Helps You Keeping Up Good Hygiene Practices

Appearance is one of the highest attributors that affect how an impoverished person is viewed by the public. This minor disadvantage disallows the person opportunities to be interviewed, which in turn, diminishes work opportunities. Visual appearance also affects the way the person is viewed by the public, where in most cases, the impoverished person is not even considered.

VITRUS, is an inexpensive hygiene multitool. Its design aesthetic was specifically aimed to reduce excess material requirements while creating a simple form that was a functional as it was beautiful. Comprising of ABS plastic, VITRUS is entirely 3d Printable. This process of manufacturing allows all componentry to be integrated into the casing without being manufactured and fitted separately. It houses four essential grooming tools: A pair of safety scissors, a fine toothed comb, a removable safety razor and a deployable toothbrush.

Designer : Fraser Leid

VITRUS Multitool by Fraser Leid

VITRUS Multitool by Fraser Leid

VITRUS Multitool by Fraser Leid

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3D Printed VITRUS Multitool Helps You Keeping Up Good Hygiene Practices is originally posted on Tuvie – Modern Industrial Design

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