'Click' 3d printed
'Click' 3d printed
'Click' 3d printed

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'Click' 3d printed
'Click' 3d printed

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'Click' 3d printed Here you can see a brief glimpse of the unique 'Click' profile.
'Click' 3d printed Here you can see a brief glimpse of the unique 'Click' profile.
'Click' 3d printed Flat shading just looks so much better on these
'Click' 3d printed Flat shading just looks so much better on these
'Click' 3d printed This my first experiment with a 'living' spring here on Shapeways. To those looking closely, yes that is a whistle: I decided to experiment with sound and fine details as well with 'Click'
'Click' 3d printed This my first experiment with a 'living' spring here on Shapeways. To those looking closely, yes that is a whistle: I decided to experiment with sound and fine details as well with 'Click'
'Click' 3d printed One of the versions replaces the spring with a mechanical eject and a 'gum clip' since I like to have some pieces of gum with me on the go.
'Click' 3d printed One of the versions replaces the spring with a mechanical eject and a 'gum clip' since I like to have some pieces of gum with me on the go.
'Click' 3d printed And for those of you wondering how the mechanical eject functions, here is a cutaway.
'Click' 3d printed And for those of you wondering how the mechanical eject functions, here is a cutaway.
'Click' 3d printed The 'monogramming' isn't always visible, so here's a shot. Due to the text being depressed, monogramming actually makes the model cheaper!
'Click' 3d printed The 'monogramming' isn't always visible, so here's a shot. Due to the text being depressed, monogramming actually makes the model cheaper!
'Click' 3d printed Here we can see one of the two 'slots' that holds ID, a business card, or in my case a bus pass; below it the 'cash' cavity, and below that the clip mechanism that holds credit/debit cards in place. To release them, it is pulled back: another useful pro
'Click' 3d printed Here we can see one of the two 'slots' that holds ID, a business card, or in my case a bus pass; below it the 'cash' cavity, and below that the clip mechanism that holds credit/debit cards in place. To release them, it is pulled back: another useful pro
'Click' 3d printed Speaking of the bill cavity, here is a shot of the other end where a special 'flow' gently curls the end of the bill: even when completely folded in half a bill is wider than 'Click'
'Click' 3d printed Speaking of the bill cavity, here is a shot of the other end where a special 'flow' gently curls the end of the bill: even when completely folded in half a bill is wider than 'Click'
'Click' 3d printed Finally, a long clip holds the other end of any bills into a specially designed pocket. The clip is also large enough to hold business cards outside of the money pocket, and discretely obscures the more visible end of the bills.
'Click' 3d printed Finally, a long clip holds the other end of any bills into a specially designed pocket. The clip is also large enough to hold business cards outside of the money pocket, and discretely obscures the more visible end of the bills.
'Click' 3d printed In this cutaway, we can see where the bill nestles while held and concealed by the clip. 'Click' is currently designed to fit Canadian and American bills of all denominations. It will also fit any bill both narrower than a Canadian bill and shorter than
'Click' 3d printed In this cutaway, we can see where the bill nestles while held and concealed by the clip. 'Click' is currently designed to fit Canadian and American bills of all denominations. It will also fit any bill both narrower than a Canadian bill and shorter than
'Click' 3d printed Here is a shot in flat shading that better shows the overall shape and composition of 'Click' when fully loaded.
'Click' 3d printed Here is a shot in flat shading that better shows the overall shape and composition of 'Click' when fully loaded.
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About this Product

'Click' is a series of highly compact (6.9cm x 1.6 cm x 11.1cm max) wallet replacements, stylishly holding cash, credit cards, bus passes, id, business cards, gum, and more; all in a stylish package that fits in the front pocket of a pair of dress pants. Features include monogramming, spring loaded or manually-ejected plastic card slots, an external clip large enough to hold a business card and covering the end of a discrete cash pocket, etc. 'Click' can be customized with the text or logo of your choice, a desired number of cards, spring-loaded or manual action, cash pocket with clip (or go without for an ultra-compact package), bus pass/id holder, etc. etc. etc. If it's being printed just for you, why not go all the way? These models have been shamelessly customised to my own preferences. I hope you enjoy them!
What's in the Box
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'Click' in White Strong & Flexible
Width Height Depth
23.1 cm 25.414 cm 1.6 cm
This model is 3D Printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Last updated on 03/06/2012

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