Minimalist wallet

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Minimalist wallet by RatInDaHat Mar 7, 2013
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A relatively slim wallet for your everyday carry


Well, i wanted a slim wallet. The few on the market that i was very interested in aren't for sale yet. So here is my attempt at designing my own.

I printed at .25mm layer height, 30% infill, 3 perimeters.

print the parts, clean up the groves, etc. put together. I used -128 orings. You need to stretch the orings a bit to get them into the grooves. The design of the walls is undercut so that the orings will retain themselves. I used a 7/64 in ream to clean up the grooves after printing.

The render shows 13 CC's

Any comments, sugegstions, etc, let me know.


Update, I included a .zip of the solidworks assembly. The parts might look a little hacked together, because they are. It was a very quick design. The plate is just two configurations of the same part.

Udate 8 Mar 2013,
I lied, i used -128 orings.

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Nice wallet! Where did you get the elastic bands?

i picked up the -128 orings from http://mcmaster.commcmaster.com. You can probably source them quite a few places.