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Key Wallet V3 2.5mm

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Key Wallet V3 2.5mm by newq May 20, 2013
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Just use 2 screws (I used 16mm M3) + 4 washers + 2 nuts to secure your keys.

I'm sorry the pictures are not more descriptive but I have an aversion against posting pictures of my keys on the internet. :)

This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/7FiWYLp03HY

Update: I made a shorter version of this thing (V2). You can download the STL here / or edit it at Tinkercad: https://tinkercad.com/things/kVRWqtAy9Dn

Update 2: I updatet the STL (now V3) for use with 5mm diameter book binding screws. I also uploaded a version with a separate keyring loop.

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Do they stay in the holder without swinging out? You could always add two sliders to this...print two squared loops on the printer, pause before the top is bridged across and place the keyholder in. Slide both to one end to release a key.