READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION BEFORE COMPLAINING!!!
----DESIGN INTENDED FOR ABS!------
I'm happy to announce the creation of a DS/3DS version
Find it here:
Also see this video update:
If the update video leaves you with questions about my brother - See this video:
However... someone has been kind enough to make a PLA compatible remix:
find it here:
----IF YOU PRINT IN PLA, YOU WILL NEED TO SCALE THE DESIGN UP, OR USE THE REMIXED PARTS------
I also suggest printing just one tray first to test the size.
----CALIBRATE YOUR MACHINE!!!------
Added versions with holes and 6X Micro SD holder on request
Added card reader insert, however card reader needs a slight trim - see pictures. (Lots more planned not just card holders)
Swiss army style SD card holder/wallet/organizer thingy.
Print as many inserts as you like, and any combination of sides.
Not really sure how to name this thing, but it's a solution to a problem I have for working with raspberry pi base security cameras in the field.
You will need:
2X 3mm screws
2X 3mm nuts
Length varies according to combination.
Tolerances are tight - you will need a well calibrated printer.
*Included are the following parts:
(You will need to print two of any side, or combination thereof)
*Outer side 1: a blank side, that forms the outer "handle"
*Outer side 1 with text: A customised "handle" with "dranoweb" embossed in, to remind you who made it (optional)
*Outer side 2: A blank side with keychain attachment (optional)
*2XSD: An insert designed for two Standard SD cards
*2XMSDuo: an insert designed for 2 Sony Memory Stick Duo cards (I hate these things)
*8XMicroSD: an insert designed for 8 Micro SD cards
*Card Reader: an insert to fid a slightly modified multi-card reader I found at my local $2 shop for $3 (rip-off).
Note that you will need to trim the lanyard ring off as per photos.
*1XSD-2XMicroSD-1XRaspiAdaptor: an insert designed to take 1 standard SD card, 2 Micro SD cards and 1 low profile Micro SD to SD Adaptor for use with Raspberry PI B Type boards.
I was printing my prototype when this was posted, so I'm not sure if this will work in the real wold - but I'm always happy to see your comments, suggestions, and complaints.
If you are an autodesk fan, let me know and I'll post the IPT's and IAM's.
Also a short video re-iterating the above: