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Nano to Standard SIM card adapter

Ridiculously short project, that works.

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I needed to put a nano SIM card into a standard slot, with no Internet access.
OpenSCAD, a micrometer, and 10 minutes later I had this.

Nano SIM looked to be 0.7mm thick.  Standard SIM is 0.8mm thick.

Slice this with 0.1mm layer height, and then the first layer will raise the card to be at the right height.

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    Slice with 0.1mm first layer height, and 0.1mm layer height.  3D print it.

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Lutetium wrote 02/27/2019 at 18:03 point

The filament color makes it look like balsa wood. That made me laugh for some reason.

Nice quick fix!

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Daren Schwenke wrote 02/27/2019 at 19:44 point

Thanks.  Yeah, I had inadvertently left the slicer at 1 perimeter from printing out *these* when my standard SIM died, so they looked a lot like wood.  The first one I printed had concentric infill too.  :)  

https://hackaday.io/project/163866/gallery#6f11a1b03acfed42d9703d0e0e3fd860

And later:

https://youtu.be/kjhdUWLc4w4

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Ken Yap wrote 02/27/2019 at 07:06 point

Don't you have lots of leftover punch outs from tri-fit SIM packs?

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Daren Schwenke wrote 02/27/2019 at 07:26 point

I had *one*, somewhere...

At about 10 minutes to design and 3 minutes to print, building this was probably faster than trying to find it.

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