Wallet Problem Solved By 3D Printing and 3D laser Scanning Services
Making things better
3D printing and 3D laser scanning services, you da man! 3D technologies are producing good stuff these days. Everything from clothing to car parts. If you need it, a 3D printer can spit one out as long as you have an idea and a 3D laser scanner, and a 3D printer. This technology takes common things that we use in everyday life and makes them a little better, and a little more customized for our personal use. Some examples of things improved by 3D printing and 3D laser scanning services are bike seats, athletic shoes, dentures and much more. All of these are improved by 3D printing and 3D laser scanning services to give users a better custom fit. Some things are improved by improving the design and adding special features. The wallet is a good example.
What's in your Wallet
One of the troubles with wallets is that you can’t carry any change. If you try to put a few coins in your wallet, you will find them falling out into your pocket or even onto the ground, and then you have to bend over to pick them up and in the process drop your wallet. Now I know what you are thinking, “Who needs to carry coins in the age of Apple Pay Google Pay, Samsung Pay, Wechat, AliPay, and CapitalOne? Where have you been for the last decade or two.”
you need it
The truth is that even though electronic payment methods eliminate a lot of needless “making change”, Sometimes you just need a coin. For example, when you go to park your car and it still has one of those coin meters. The credit card won’t help you there. If you want to buy some bubblegum from a gumball machine for your daughter on her birthday. In such instances, Apple Pay is no use. That’s why you should always consult your local 3D printing and 3D laser scanning services experts before you do anything stupid like forget a quarter .
We have an answer
So now for the answer to the wallet problem. It is called ‘thejackofalltrades’. 3D printing gurus have designed a coin holder that doesn’t just pile your coins in a pocket. The coin holder actually is a credit card sized piece of plastic that has coin-sized cut-outs, so that your coins will fit nice and snuggly in your wallet. The best part is that they will never fall out until you intentionally want to take them out. The truth is that none of us really ever need to carry a pocket full of change, but there are occasions when we do need a coin or something less than a dollar. Like when you go to one of those grocery stores where they have shopping carts that require a coin. How inconvenient to not be able to shop just because you didn’t carry any change! Acting like a beggar is not an option. Buy a 3D printer and make this coin card for your wallet and the problem will be solved.
Such an easy solution to such a common problem. Who knew that 3D printing experts would come up with this simple solution. 3D printing and 3D laser scanning services deserve more credit for improving products like these.