Money Clip

Introduction: Money Clip

The first step in 3D printing this money clip was to find a base design for it on Thingiverse. Once I found the design I liked, I downloaded the file from Thingiverse and imported it into Tinkercad.

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Step 1: Customizing Design

The second step in this process is the design the object to your desired size and looks. For this project, I shrunk the money clip down to 2.75in tall by 1.2 inches wide.

Step 2: Printing Design

The final step in this process is the export the object to the 3D printer as an .stl file, where it can read correctly and laser cut effectively.

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