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UNSC Identity Card

by KingRahl, published

UNSC Identity Card by KingRahl Dec 21, 2012

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Inspired by Halcyon25 on www.405th.com.
I didn't like the idea of cutting out every layer and gluing them together.

The plastic printed pieces will be more sturdy than glued paper.

Instructions

UNSC ID.stl

  1. Visit http://www.405th.com/showthread.php/37753-Halo-ID-Card-w-Military-ID-card-influence.-(pic-heavy for a pritable version of your card.
  2. Modify your card faces with your own information and picture. (follow 405th instructions)
    a. Print
    b. Cut
    Hint: Using overhead projector plastic will give you a see through look.
  3. Print 2 UNSC Identity Cards. (reverse the second)
  4. Sandwich paper ID between 3D printed parts.
    a. Apply glue
    b. Align
    c. Press firmly to flatten

UNSC ID CARD.stl

  1. Follow steps 1-2 above.
  2. Glue paper parts inside as if in picture frame.

Warning: Your ink or laser printer software may change the size of your ID card on paper. Either rescale the picture before printing or rescale UNSC_ID.stl to fit.

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I don't know if you are aware, but the original print template isn't available via your link to 405th.com anymore. If you have a local copy, can you host it somewhere?

I was not aware. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I do not have a copy to post. You may try contacting the original poster at the 405th for the file.

That's ok, I'm in the process of designing our own for the Australian Regiment, so a template would have been useful to base it off - no matter, I'll make it from scratch. In any case, thanks for the reply!

I found the files on a backup drive I have. Although, I don't have permission from the creator to share here. I did check the links. The pics don't show up but the links for the sliced files still work. At least for me in the U.S. At 4shared.

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