Customizable Batch Keychain Generator
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February 2015 Update!
I've added two additional styles to the keychain generator. Blocky and Round Tag. Enjoy!
I had a 3D printer demo coming up and was looking for some quick customizable models to print. I didn't find exactly what I was looking for so I made one. This is optimized to work with Customizer but also works fine running locally in OpenSCAD. Handy for when you're out and about without a steady internet connection.
Up to 9 keychains can be generated at a time. Each one can fit up to 3 characters. I plan on using it for printing the initials of the demo participants. Each person can leave with a customized keychain!
Print time for one keychain is about 6 minutes. A full plate of nine keychains took 46 minutes on my Replicator 2X. They print out at about 1.5 x .75 inches because they're designed for speedy printing, but should scale well if you want a slightly larger and impressive giveaway.
Open in Customizer:
- Pick the number of keychains you would like to print.
- Enter up to three characters per keychain.
- Print and distribute!
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