Modifed Earbud Wrap Business Card
by CallJoe, published
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Liked this design so much made a small modification to it as well as created a new SVG file (the original seems to be in parts and was not CNC friendly) so it can also be milled on on a CNC as two of the three in the picture where milled on my 3040 CNC while the third was printed in PLA. These are handy Little gizmo's so print, cut and enjoy tangle free cords!
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.3 or better
Just print and use, for the SVG and CNC milling simply import as is, alter in Inkscape to fit your needs and export to your CAM program of choose and your off to the races!
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