Print your own Veos wallet and enjoy a great front pocket wallet experience. The 3D printed frame holds cards that slide out the side for use. Then, put a picture of a loved one behind the frosted window to enjoy, or an I.D. that makes for quick I.D. checks at the store. There are even two different sizes available. A λεπτός wαllet that is .22" thin and holds up to 4 to 5 cards. And, a τακτiκός wαllet that is .38" thin that holds up to 7 to 8 cards. The rubber band holds cash and receipts on the back, as well as holding as few as 1 or 2 cards securely in place on both models.
This project is for those Makers that have access to a Printrbot, or other printer capable of utilizing .stl files. No need to struggle through CAD creation. I am posting completed and repaired .stl files. So the beginning of this project is to set your printer and have fun!
For those of you that want more enjoyment with less effort, I will post these 3D printed wallets for sale on Etsy. Look for them in June. Also, there are fully CNC machined aluminum versions with various plated finishes available. Check out http://www.veosllc.com
Let's get started here!
Step 1: Materials Needed
F I R S T T O O L S :
1. Any 3Dprinter capable of utilizing .stl files. Print size required is about 2.5" x 4.5" x .5" thick.
2. Long nose, or wire cutting pliers.
3. Small flat blade screwdriver
N E X T W α L L E T :
1. 3/8" x 3.5" rubber band. (This is a standard size available at any office store.
2. (Optional, 1/4" x 3.5" rubber band if you prefer.)
3. Fold back paper clip, with about 1 1/4" long body.
4. A report folder with a frosted front cover. The thicker the front, the better. (Note: Report cover not shown.)