Mobius Text Bangle

by GHP
  • White

    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

A great way of expressing longer sentiments - up to 244 characters with a 8cm diameter. Your text will be repeated as many times as it will fit (with at least 0.5cm separation between each repetition). Width of the band is 1.1cm, and the text height is ~0.5cm.

For a cheaper option, see my Mobius Text Napkin Ring (

NOTE: It's possible that this isn't printable in stainless steel, as the wall thicknesses are below the recommended limit of 3mm for this material.


IN: 3.316 w x 3.411 d x 0.443 h
CM: 8.422 w x 8.664 d x 1.124 h


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I love this! One question, though, can I choose a different font?
May 3, 2013, 9:44 pm
On the FAQs page (, Shapeways indicates that shipping to Mexico is $19.99 US. You may also have to pay duties, broker fees, and taxes. (In Canada, UPS didn't charge me any extra for my first shipments, but did charge extra for later ones. Their policies may be different in Mexico.) The time it takes depends on the material chosen (see for more information about different materials). In the case of white, strong, and flexible, I believe Shapeways is a bit behind on deliveries at the moment, so you may want to check with them (contact form is at Note that I also require up to 7 days to customize this item for you. (I designed this item, but I don't work for Shapeways.) The white, strong, and flexible material is made of nylon, and is a fairly porous material. Because it is porous, you should finish it with something smooth to prevent it from getting dirty too quickly, though it is supposed to be washable. I have used two coats of Pledge acrylic floor polish on some of my items with good results. Shapeways has also said in the past that it may become yellow over time with exposure to sunlight.
September 25, 2012, 11:24 pm
Hello, I'm in Mexico, How much is the shipping?,What is the delivery time?, and is the 1st time i buy items like this and i don´t know which material is "white, strong and flexible", can you explain me please?. thanks.
September 25, 2012, 2:50 am


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