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Eulidit Wallet

by ThePlanetMike, published

Eulidit Wallet by ThePlanetMike Jun 20, 2012

Description

Show off your maker interests by always carrying this functional hard wallet in your pocket. This specially designed wallet holds bills, cards, and coins conveniently together under a sliding lid of your choosing, giving it a unique, personal touch. Standard-sized (U.S.) credit cards, bus passes, and photo ID may be used for the lid.

If you like this, be sure to check out the new Eulidit Slant Wallet with even easier access to cards! thingiverse.com/thing:35005

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I heard there was some trouble with printing this on some printers, so I updated the file. It should be better now. Let me know if you experience any problems.
Hey - anyone thought of combining one of these with a phone case??
This is a great way to store miscellaneous gift cards, bonus cards, etc. +1 for reducing clutter :-D

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License

Eulidit Wallet by ThePlanetMike is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

1. You print it. If you often experience curling problems, this print will surely curl due to its large, flat first layers. I recommend printing using a raft with no margin. The wallet prints near the edges of some beds, so there is not much room to spare.
2. You lid it! Pick your favorite card to use as a lid. Photo ID is great for quick reference. Slide it in the top.
3. Put other cards inside! Put the long side in first and it will easily drop in to place.
4. Load it with whatever you'd like!

To remove cards easily, tip to one side and push your finger through a hole in the bottom. (Don't worry, holes are smaller than an American dime.)
I heard there was some trouble with printing this on some printers, so I updated the file. It should be better now. Let me know if you experience any problems.
Hey - anyone thought of combining one of these with a phone case??
This is a great way to store miscellaneous gift cards, bonus cards, etc. +1 for reducing clutter :-D
Agreed. Surprised you'd give it up for free, PlanetMike. Strikes me as a money maker. Impressed!
This is a great design, nice work.
Agreed. Surprised you'd give it up for free, PlanetMike. Strikes me as a money maker. Impressed!
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