A personalised key-ring in stainless steel : choose a letter (or number, or other symbol) and add a raised pattern at any angle.
Letters are custom-designed to have rounded corners with no sharp points.
This is a high-speed customisation service.
Click 'Personalize', enter your choices above, click 'Preview' and in under a minute you will see a render of the design you can drag to rotate. Don't like it? Change the settings and try again.
Samples of the patterns, and example angles are shown in the additional pictures above. If you have any problems creating your design, please read the instructions below, and if still not satisfied, leave a comment or send me a private message.
Depending on the symbol chosen, the item is generally 4 cm (1 & 9/16th inch) tall or wide. The main body of the item is 2 mm (just over 1/16th inch) thick, the connection ring is slightly thicker.
Letters and symbols available: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789$*#?!
Use a full-stop (or any other symbol not shown here) to create a circular keyring.
Patterns available :
- 00 plain
- 01 stripes
- 02 wavy lines
- 03 zigzag lines
- 04 spots (rectangularly spaced)
- 05 isometric spots (triangularly spaced)
- 06 grid
- 07 hexagons
- 08 wibbly maze
- 09 squares
- 10 petals
- 11 sponges
- 12 stars
- 13 skulls
- 14 flowers
- 15 hearts
- 16 inlay stars
- 17 inlay flowers
- 18 inlay hearts
The angle is in degrees, clockwise from horizontal. (Default is horizontal)
The loop size can be customised to the connector of your choice. However, unless you know why you're changing it, I recommend that you stick with the default, which is 3 mm.
Jump rings are small loops of metal that you bend into place (and ought to solder).
Split rings are the spiral loop of metal that you wind keys onto.
If you really want to change it, you specify the size of the hole :
- 2 mm - this is large enough for a jump ring.
- 3 mm - this should accommodate most links, including split rings
- 4 mm - extra large
- 0 - select this only if you don't want a connection loop at all.
To get the shape of the number zero you need to add a second, non-numeric character, for example "0."
I have taken this product out of beta because I have now successfully printed four different patterned letters. Any problems you experience are likely to be due to glitches in Shapeways ordering process. Please let both me and Shapeways know if that happens.