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It worked for me, and I tested mine on an actual RFID reader. I also suggest in the instructable to test your own before trusting your card in it. If you've made one and tested it and yours doesn't work, it may be because you didn't take care to make it correctly.Instructables also has a "be nice" policy regarding comments. All in all, I suggest you read a little more before posting your negative comments, like accusing people of fraud.
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Bandana Sling Pack
Adding the permanent loops is a great idea! You get more possibilities out of the same object, and it's still useful as a pillowcase
I love the design! I made a similar thing to your minimalist sling (using a bandana and some rope) and noticed the same benefits you mentioned, especially that it doesn't make you sweaty when you wear it in hot weather:https://www.instructables.com/Bandana-Sling-Pack/
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I love the Día de los Muertos theme you chose! Thanks for sharing!
I've never heard of this version of RFID theft! How does it work?
That's actually a really good idea
Thanks for your comment Frank. I have also build RFI enclosures myself for attenuating Bluetooth signals (I'm a software engineer in consumer electronics), and I've experienced first-hand how difficult it is to get anywhere close to a true Faraday Cage, so I can appreciate the limitations of using tin foil for those purposes.However, this pouch *did* work when I tested it, so evidently it's attenuating the RF signal enough to prevent the reader from seeing it. That means it should be good enough to prevent someone on the street walking past from reading your card. Or at least it makes it a bit harder for them ;)
There's no reason it wouldn't, as far as I can tell
Theoretically woven copper should work, since the weaves are smaller than the wavelength, but I can't say for sure. Make one and try it out, because now I'm curious!
Conductive paint could theoretically work, but in my experience Bare Conductive paint gets brittle when it dries, and then it can form cracks which break the circuit. If the pouch is bending/flexing it is more likely to crack the paint and make the Faraday Cage not work as well... But try it out and let us know if it works!
Simple RFID Blocking Wallet
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I have played a couple games. I love how hefty the pieces feel!Some of my pieces were a little wobbly because of an embossed feature on the bolt heads, but I took a dremel to them and just sanded off the bump and they stand perfectly now. Only took maybe 5 minutes
Mine turned out great! I couldn't get all the same pieces, so I had to take a few creative liberties
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Great! I'm glad you found your solution - I hope yours works out!
Thank you for sharing it with your school! Did anyone end up using it as a class project?
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That's a great idea - Use a hammer and a small nail to punch the holes. I would definitely recommend that technique to everyone who doesn't have an industrial sewing machine. Thanks for sharing!
Homemade Notebook From 100% Upcycled Materials
Actually the pages are just folded in half. Then, when you sew the binding, the loose ends are trapped in the spine and the folded edge of each page is out. It's kind of nice too, because when you turn the page you thumb the smooth fold - no paper cuts!
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