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Name Card Case

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Name Card Case by t_kondo May 7, 2013
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Name Card Case by t_kondo is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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I made my name card case. A top can slide and open, and I added company's logo type on back dimension. You also can change it anything you like.

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Looks awesome. I have a few questions though. What were your print settings? How did you orient the object on the build platform? Did you have to print with supports?

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Thanks, sndbarrier1. I added some pics on my thing. You can see everything you want to know ;)

That's perfect. So after it's printed I'm guessing you have to dig out the support material from inside?

Yes... it was a little hard work...

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