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Never print business cards again: use this 3D print to emboss them instead – htxt.africa

by • August 18, 2016 • No Comments

If you are fed up with shovelling money into a printing company to ensure you always have adequate business cards, we a few excellent news: you can now avoid doing this.
Allow us to commence this little 3D printed “Pocket Business Card Press” which embosses your significant information onto a piece of paper or card instead of via any ink.
The mechanism here is deceptively simple: two cylinders with mirrored text joined by herringbone gears and a frame to hold all things together and store sufficient pressure on the business cards.
This is the fourth revision of the create. If you want to see how the createer arrived at this outcome you can see an explanation video on YouTube.
!~Business Cards for Life~!

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There’s a catch. If you want one of these to work you are going to require to be handy with CAD software so you can properly edit in your required text and pictures, and you can require to print with a material which can not just recreate the details, but in addition be complex adequate to be legible after most uses.
This in addition is not going to replace all your printed business cards, unless you use a small amount of them or don’t mind spending a lot of small cutting and embossing.
Despite which’s, it’s yet an awea few thought and it may be excellent to show off to clients or to store on your desk for when you run out of cards and don’t feel like ordering additional.
Other informative 3D prints you can get for free:3D print Ahsoka Tano’s lightsabers of Star Wars RebelsTurn a Coke bottle into a GoPro flotation device for freeMake your phone charger appear like a Pokémon GO Pokédex with this 3D printMake a Defender of the Universe with this 3D printed VoltronMcCree of Overwatch gets a fan-made 3D printed revolver

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