Business Card Holder

by etrohn, published

Business Card Holder by etrohn Jun 26, 2012
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Here's a transforming business card holder. Closed it can go in your pocket or bag. Open it displays your card nicely on a desk.


Print out the two pieces. I used a small drill bit as the hinge on each side.

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how big are those cards that i see in the picture?
55mm by 85mm maby?

2 inch by 3.5 inch or about 51 mm by 89 mm

How long did this take to print?

Reminds me a lot about a tape cassette case, once it's been printed. Used paper clip pieces as pins. Works like a charm.

I made one of these on my Replicator 2. I used the default profile "Low" in Makerware, and it printed fine (no supports, no raft).

I printed 2 pins to hold it together. 15mm long, 0.5mm radius. Works really well

Cool. Do you have any tips on keeping the top part from falling over during the print?

I have printed a few of these and not had that problem yet. You might want to try to raise your platform a bit to squish the first layer a little better.
I have also heard some people have had luck with these on difficult prints. It increases the surface area in the corners and are easy to remove. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:38272http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

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