Bat-Claw grappling hook.

Yeah, it’s exactly as awesome as it sounds. A fully functional grappling hook and self-releasing jaw clamp. Cut from stainless steel on our waterjet. I I was inspired to design mine after seeing what theHacksmith came up with. It’s a hefty piece of hardware, for sure. No need to ramble, check this thing out:

 

The finished batman grappling-claw!
The finished batman grappling-claw!
Grappling claw, retracted mode.
Bat-Claw, retracted mode.
Claw can clamp onto bars, or sink its teeth into wood.
The bat-claw can clamp onto bars, or sink its teeth into wood.
And of course, it can grapple with the outer hooks.
Of course, it can grapple with the outer hooks.
Before bending the bat-hooks.
Before bending the bat-hooks.
Almost finished, laying out for assembly...
Almost finished, laying out for assembly…
Cutting on the waterjet is going well.
Cutting on the bat-waterjet is going well.
Testing with the polycarbonate
Testing with the bat-polycarbonate
Cutting the polycarbonate
Cutting the polycarbonate

 

Modeling and clearance checking. More than half of the two days it took to complete this project were spent producing this.
Modeling and clearance checking. More than half of the two days it took to complete this project were spent producing this.