Dragonfly Business Card

by chuckbobuck, published

Dragonfly Business Card by chuckbobuck Jun 3, 2017



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Simple Dragonfly business card that assembles into a 3D dragonfly. This was inspired by the Velociraptor Business Card

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I like this design, but when I printed it mine came out too thin. I made the Z access 1.6 and seemed to solve the problem. I was thinking about it, it might be cool to put the lines in the wings to make it look more like a real dragon fly.

The wings were actually taken from a photo and my first STL files had that detail. It was causing issues when I printed it, so it was removed. In order to make a "business card" the wing area is available to be printed on. Thanks for your interest.

This looks very nice, would you perhaps be able to save in DXF or SVG format for laser cutters

Had some slicing issues around the top right corner, where the top of the legs were solid against the outside ring.

I modified the STL file to move the top edge of the legs away from the frame. I hope this helps. I'm using Cura and didn't have any issues myself.

Thanks, for what it's worth, the rest of the print went well, and I just trimmed that are off with side cutters. Now it's all glued together for my wife and she's happy. :) Good design, I hope to see more. I think if I printed it again I'd scale it up 10-30%.