US Monies Encasement Thingy Gift
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Embedded US monies in a small 3D printed gag gift. The monies will be completely enclosed by plastic. The plastic is NEVER extruded directly onto the monies.
I decided to do this as a learning gag Christmas gift for my niece and nephew. I will tell them the material and the process used. Next, I will encourage them with some hints on how to best remove the monies.
This fits two US bills.
Do you NEED a last minute holiday gift and all you have is some US monies. You don't just want to give the monies in a BORING card, now do you? After, all anybody can do that. Well, look no further the the US Monies Encasement Thingy(UMET)!
Fold you monies length wise in fourths(see picture) and start the print. Next, wait until you see the inner walls begin to chamfer and pause the print. Now easily insert the monies and resume the print and watch the printed chamfer begin to build a bridge over the top of the monies. WOW!!!! Now give it away and watch the smiles start as they figure out how to open it.
All joking aside. I decided to do this as a learning gag Christmas gift for my niece and nephew. I will tell them the material and the process used. Next, I will encourage them with some hints on how to best remove the monies.
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