Circular business card holder

by sidek999, published

Circular business card holder by sidek999 Jul 9, 2014


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Circular business card holder redesign.
Easy and fast to print. With slot to add handle.
Spaces size 1.2mm.
Printed on MendelMax.
.2 20% infill
Around 1h to print.

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This can cause a bit of a problem when you talk about it wrong.
―Thanks for your business card. I’ll put it in the circular file.
―… Er, OK, if you insist …

Great idea and prints out great, but I had trouble from the start with having the cards stay up. When you try and take one out about 5 cards fall off and not easy to put them up without having other fall over.

Would you be willing to make one of these for fliers, similar to the source? I love using this for my fliers but want people to be able to see the card too, like this design. I tried scaling this up but that doesn't work too well, the cards aren't held tight enough and the center arm is too frail.

The center card holder, "stand" in the thing files, is different than the one in the picture. Can you share that one too?

the license is not commercial. That doesn't mean you can't use it in a business environment. it mean you can't sell it nor use it to have a direct income.

A business card holder, but non commercial? So essentially a useless thing that now one will be able to use unless they intend to breach the license.

If it was not for the license, this would be a very useful thing. It's a good idea and visually attractive. I can see people using something like this in display areas, perhaps trade shows.
The non-commercial tag ruins it, how on earth can we use it? Print a business card holder so that we can brag to family and friends about how cool it is?

I based this design on existing one, so i used the same license settings.

That's the right thing to do, but see how the license can limit something? I avoid objects with limiting licenses. Why add and contribute to something that is so limited?

in that case "non commercial" means that you cant profit from it in a sence that you cant sell it, use it in advertisment as a ad point etc itp.

I dont know if you know but most likely you have no right to use design of nearly all of your furnitures for commercial purposes, but you can use the furniture itself in commercial environment.