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Micro SD Card Holder

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Micro SD Card Holder by bgill Jan 23, 2016

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This is a small box to store up to 18 Micro SD Cards.

I always lost them - as they are so small - and therefore decided to design this Box.

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Any chance of making an iteration which holds one regular SD card size so that I can keep a micro SD card reader in the container with them?

wish i read the comments before printing and snapping an sd card. thanks!

I BROKE MY SD CARD! AND IT'S STUCK!

To prevent the problem, all you have to do is scale up the stl file by no more than 2% and it will leave you with plenty of space.

I broke 2 cards while screw this container. DO NOT USE THIS bullshit!!!!

DO NOT PRINT THIS unless you like replacing micro SD cards. The author thought it would be cool to make the clearance as close to the form factor as possible, so if you push an SD card into a slot, count on losing it forever. I broke 2 SD cards in this thing. Not impressed. It's sitting on a desk, with no chance of falling out. Why is the clearance so tight?

Sorry for that. But the design works fine for me! I use my SD card holders for over a year now and I have no problems.
If you print a design which is tight (in this case to hold the cards to not fall out) with a material with a high shrinking factor, then you might need to increase printsize for a few %

very hard to connect.

I really love the design for this. Haven't tried printing it out yet but I want to make one even though I don't really need a microSD card holder right now just because it looks so cool. It will be interesting to see how my printer handles the tiny sd card spaces as well.

hey thanks for designing things but perhaps you should add a warning to the description.

Worked great for me! Threaded fine and my SD cards fit in TIGHT. Almost to tight- so I only put them in half way. The top still closes over them and keeps it all protected. Thanks!

Even at 110% scale and slightly under extruded it doesn't fit micro SDs nor does it thread correctly. Tolerances are too tight.

Again it all depends at the material you use. I printed mine at 100% in ABS. I wanted to have some tightens, that they are not falling out by themselves. I use mine since over a year on a regular basis and never damaged even one card. However it might be that there are SD Cards which are thicker than others. I mostly only use Sandisc

It has a lid, dude. It wouldn't fall out. This thing is costing people $$$. You should put a warning on the main page.

Since when are micro SD cards not standardized?? If they weren't all the same dimensions they would each fit differently in phones and tablets.

Then your Filament seems to shrink when cooling down

If that were true, the threads would mesh together better. As it sits now, they don't work even scaled and under extruded.

broke 2 sd cards with it but it is nice just need to scale it up more

yes same i unfortunately broke 3

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105% sacling worked great

Scaling is incorrect, works fine when printed at 110% for me, others have used 105% fine. Printed fine, no supports needed screw meshes well too.

dimensions were incorrect, don't waste your filament.

Nicely done BGILL!
Inspired by your job I created an iteration for 6 cards, with chamfered edges, smaller, shorter and with chamfered thread to easy the screwing process. Check it out: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1572644

MicroSD Card Holder

This is awesome! Going to print! If you're looking for ideas to improve it, you could add a profile on the top and bottom so they are stackable :)

This printed beautifully! I scaled it to 103% for a less snug fit around the SD cards. Thank you for a great model!

Im using M3D printer and software.
I tried printing this but the slots didnt work out. they are to close together.

anyone have any suggestions?

Too small ? I try to enlarge

This is AWESOME!

Added O-ring to make water resistant.

great design

this print should include a calibration slice of the card gaps.
i get great size matching on other prints, but this with PLA 3% resize at 0.1mm layer 0.4mm nozzle and i am still getting the cards stuck

I wanted the cards to not fall out. But I believe there are different types of SD cards. Mine all fit great besides one of my oldest one which is more thick. Resizing it 3-4 % should do the job in ABS perhaps even 4-5% if you have more thick SD Cards.

yeah, dealing with such fine gaps, the flow rate of different layer heights and brand of filament is enough to mess with them sticking. little own different printers and slicers.

this pink im using seems to be more fluid than others and getting more spread, increasing the layer height increases the flow and makes it all harder again when your trying to print a 0.72mm gap (or whatever it is).

i finally resized 116% at 0.2mm PLA and they are perfectly snug with just two needing some cleaning. one side effect with resizing is the depth has increased and they sit lower than in your picture and makes the a little harder to grab if push them in full. ideally 4mm out the top makes them easier to grab from the sides when all 18 are packed in.

i still have to print the lid

made a calibration remix
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1323070

just a mesh mixer planar cut of this model

Mini 4 slot - Micro SD Card Holder

Is there one for normal sd cards?

One of the best ssd holders i've seen. Well done!

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