"MAKEABLE" Deck of Cards

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"MAKEABLE" Deck of Cards by WRIGHTMEDIA May 5, 2010
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"MAKEABLE" Deck of Cards by WRIGHTMEDIA is licensed under the Public Domain license.

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Deck of customized playing cards for MakerBot printing

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Looks cool and I'll likely print a set. I'm wondering though if it might be better to have the designs as an inset instead of a protrusion? Will make it easier to shuffle them and manage in your hand as they won't catch on each other as easily.

did you ene up making any? I'm thinking of printing the set for a mage who collects cards. ill probably make a case for em too

Yes, I did make a few. However, the resolution on my MakerBot Cupcake printer did not provide the resolution to render the finer detail of the numbers and lettering on the cards.

These sound pretty amazing! I'm going to print a couple next week!