Trung Do


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SD and microSD cards are commonly using nowadays for many things from cameras to miniPCs but how to keep all of them in place is such a pain with most of us. Therefore, I came up with a design to solve this problem. Now, let’s get started!

1. Design

Here is my final design.

2. Materials and printed parts

 Please find in the list below all the materials needed for this project:


  • 1x Transparent acrylic (WxLxH = 111×73.5x2mm)
  • 1x Black acrylic (WxLxH = 114.5×75.5x2mm)

Printed parts:

You can find all the printed parts here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2911250

  • 1x Part_01
  • 2x Part_02
  • 1x Part_03
  • 1x Part_04
  • 1x Part_05
  • 1x Part_06

3. Print settings

You can print multiple parts at the same times without the need for support. Here are my print settings for your reference:
  • Material: PLA
  • Support: No
  • Resolution: 0.2mm/layer
  • Infill: 20%
  • Temperature: 190 (C)

4. Assemble

  • Print all parts and assemble as in the picture below.

5. Result

And here is what we got after all these steps:

Let’s take a look with this video below

With this design, your SD and micro SD cards will be kept safely. One of the cool features is you have the place to label each of them. 

This box can keep up to 6 SD cards and 5 micro SD cards and you can hold it in your hand. 

Have fun!

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Trung Do

Firmware engineer, blogger and a makerholic 

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