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Eulidit Slant Wallet

by ThePlanetMike, published

Eulidit Slant Wallet by ThePlanetMike Nov 19, 2012

Description

Based on the original Eulidit Wallet (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25354), the Eulidit Slant is reengineered for a whole new level of style and function. Still no bigger than a traditional wallet, the inside will feel roomy and organized.
Tilt the Eulidit Slant Wallet forward in your hand, and cards will bring themselves to the front to easily grab and replace.
The new starburst pattern on the bottom adds a unique design, reduces curling, saves plastic, and allows a finger to push through without losing any coins.
Hold bills, more cards than ever before, 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.

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No, I don't. The reason is that it's sometimes nice to be able to pop your finger in the back to push things forward, so there needs to be at least one strategically located hole in the bottom. The lines on the bottom aren't functional, but make the off-centered hole not feel out of place.

The pattern also breas up the rest of the bottom making for less warped printing with ABS. I found that trying to print a big flat sheet of plastic on my machine always caused warping and subsequent bad prints. Broken up, it does better. I really want my designs to print well with no fancy tricks on a wide variety of printers.

I am working on a new design with a different pattern on the bottom, so maybe it will be more to your liking. Stay tuned, and thanks for your interest!
Do you have one with a plain back on there?
Great stuff! Just put it into use.

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Instructions

Instructions
1. You print it.
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 bills, coins, and cards!
Do you have one with a plain back on there?
No, I don't. The reason is that it's sometimes nice to be able to pop your finger in the back to push things forward, so there needs to be at least one strategically located hole in the bottom. The lines on the bottom aren't functional, but make the off-centered hole not feel out of place.

The pattern also breas up the rest of the bottom making for less warped printing with ABS. I found that trying to print a big flat sheet of plastic on my machine always caused warping and subsequent bad prints. Broken up, it does better. I really want my designs to print well with no fancy tricks on a wide variety of printers.

I am working on a new design with a different pattern on the bottom, so maybe it will be more to your liking. Stay tuned, and thanks for your interest!
Great stuff! Just put it into use.
Love this..

Thanks!!
Glad you like it! I tested numerous designs to get it just right. Let me know how you're daily use goes and if there are any modifications you'd like to see in the next version.
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