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Fake Nokia Battery to hide Micro SD cards in

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Fake Nokia Battery to hide Micro SD cards in by bathrobotics Feb 12, 2015
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Fake Nokia Battery to hide Micro SD cards in.

It Hinges open to hide your Micro SD cards inside.

On Print as we speak.

Use 3mm filament for hinge.

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I didn't tear drop the holes, so I might add a cut out on top and enlarge the hoels for easier assembly.

Acetone vapour bath, Print in Black, and add a label or label scan print from a real battery.

If you look on the original thing page I printed some out and painted the contact area with gold paint / ink to make it look more battery like.

A Nokia Battery Holder.
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:680189

The Dummy of the battery:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:652274

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How do you "finish" the battery? would you paint it to look like one ?

I'd print it in black and Acetone vapour bath it, paint gold ink or paint where the electrodes should be and then wrap a sticker around it best I could.

It's a novelty rather than James Bond Gadget and wouldn't pass close inspection anyway, but that's not the point(!)

-AS

p.s. After fitting my SD Cards I realised it's not easy to remove so will redesign this later this week.

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