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3D printed in deep green, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish.
This product was specifically designed for an individual with reduced hand and finger mobility. The purpose is to easily slide a playing card up the ramp and into the slot. The corner of the playing card can be viewed through a mirror in the slot (NOT INCLUDED). The serrations were intended to help keep the slider from moving when placed on a felt table. The leading edge has been brought to fine point but is limited by the 3D printer. The 3D printer tends to slightly warp the leading edge but it can be easily touched up with sandpaper.
Upon receiving the slider, the user will need to do the following:
- Obtain a small mirror from a local glass shop. Most glass shops will cut a tiny mirror at no cost.
- Lightly sand the bottom of the leading edge by rubbing it across some sandpaper on a flat surface.