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Parametric Wallet

by BadPractice, published

Parametric Wallet by BadPractice Jul 22, 2017

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Summary

Needed a new Wallet, so i designed one.

Its designed adjustable so you can modify it to your needs.

Lets all have awesome 3d printed wallets! Also please post your makes!

Edit: If you need something changed write a comment!

Update: reduced the card length slightly cause it was sitting a bit lose

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Prusa

Printer:

Prusa Mk2

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0.15mm

Infill:

20%


Notes:

Easy print.

I made the wall height so thin, that the slicer only made 1 perimeter. If you don't want that ajust the wallSize

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What kind of material did you use. im thinking about using TPU. But if PLA works than id use that too

Thank you for your comment!

I have Tested both TPU and flexible PLA. While flexible PLA works acceptable good, I would recommend TPU because the stiffness is closer to a normal wallet.

The wallet on the picture is printed in flexible PLA since i run out of TPU :(

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