Been working on this for a while now, no plans for sales or scale manufacture. The idea is to tweak it and print prototypes until the fit is good, then find someone who'd be able to CNC it or sinter it from something more durable. And then probably publish the files somewhere for everyone (Thingiverse etc.). It went through a bunch of iterations, starting with just replicating loosely the original Griptilian scales, then iterating over something that looked like a very rounded cross between a Hinderer Jurassic and a Grip, and finally settling on this. There will be some more tweaks (more space for the spidey hole, internals need tweaking too as i've messed up the blade clearance on the latest iteration) but i like the way this fits my hand a lot. YMMV. Preemptive FAQ Q: Why would you do this? A: CAD work and printing endless revisions of things calms me. Q: What's wrong with stock scales? A: The crappy tolerances and liner rattle drive me nuts. Also, jimping is in weird spaces, and i'd like a middle finger choil. Q: Dude, just order replacement scales online... A: No. This calms me. SHOO! Q: Does it have a name? A: I started calling it Ergosaur after some 5-6 iterations. At that point it had some design cues from Hinderer Jurassic (a thumb hump on top). It's supposed to be more ergonomic, it's a (rep)-tilian. So, Ergo-saur. Q: Does it work? A: Work in progress, sort of, but signs generally point to yes - axis lock moves freely, blade pivots freely without bushings. Spine of the handle needs work (i'm fighting the distortion caused by the printing process). Q: What are the differences between it and the stock scales? A: It's slightly thinner in the back, slightly thicker in the front, and has a slightly more pronounced belly in the middle. Holes have been redesigned for metric hardware (except the pivot and the liner screws, of course, those will stay). Inside is full instead of hollow/waffled. Q: Where does the clip go? A: Nowhere, yet. The clip post is all wrong and needs redesigning, it's their as a visual aid only for now. Q: What's with the roadkill skidmark? A: I was playing with a few grip pattern designs, this was just the last one. I kinda like it, it's weird, i like weird things. Q: What material is this? A: Formlabs methacrylate resin. It's actually surprisingly sturdy past a certain thickness (belly-portion of the scales requires pressing with your upper body weight against an edge of a table to break, but the thin area around the pivot will crack easily). But that's just for fit checks and prototyping anyways.