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Micro SD Card Storage with 3" x 5" Index holder/Dust Cover

by mbunds Apr 18, 2019
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Answer: great !!! and your Spanish is also very good jajajaja, I will wait with great enthusiasm for your new design :) thanks

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respuesta: genial!!! y tu español también esta muy bien jajajaja, esperare con mucho entusiasmos tu nuevo diseño :) gracias

Hola, estoy trabajando en el prototipo del soporte portátil para las tarjetas SD.

Estaba tratando de hacer que la cubierta funcionara con ambos tipos, el que publiqué y el portátil, pero descubrí que sería mejor hacer un nuevo diseño para la base y la cubierta.

Estos serán gruesos y fuertes, y la cubierta no tocará las tarjetas SD como lo hace la anterior, lo que creo podría haber permitido que se dañaran si se presionaba la cubierta.

La bandeja que contiene las tarjetas se ajustará a ambos casos, pero las tarjetas de índice se deberán mover a la cubierta portátil o se le harán copias

Hello, I am working on the prototype of the portable holder for the SD cards.

I was trying to make the cover work with both types, the one I posted, and the portable one, but I found it would be better to make a new design for the base and the cover.

These will be thick and strong, and the cover will not touch the SD cards like the old one does, which I think may have allowed them to be damaged if pressure was put on the cover.

The tray that holds the cards will fit both cases, but the index cards would have to be moved to the portable cover, or have copies made for it.

hola se me ocurrió otra idea pero no se como explicártelo, mmmmm mejor hablemos en privado

Just a question: do you really have or even plan to have 48 SD cards?

I currently own 1537 of them, mostly used for permanent archival of photos, drone footage, MIDI files, etc.

When they go on sale, I buy them in lots of 10 or so. They are so inexpensive that I haven't burned a DVD in years, and although hard drives are certainly cheaper per Gbyte and more convenient, they are fragile and prone to fail even if they are stored un-powered for long periods.

8-Gbyte, and sometimes even 16-Gbyte SD's and Micro SD's can be found on sale at times cheaper than 1.44 Mbyte floppy disks were (for the good ones). These cheap SD cards aren't exactly reliable for daily use, but are stellar for archival and long-term storage.

I am in the process of printing some 12 x 12 racks that I can use to index 144 micro SD cards at a time, but I didn't publish these to Thingiverse because, as you observed, they seem to be a little more than the average user needs.

I keep the 48-card racks on my workbench filled with Raspberry Pi distros and backups, along with firmware for drones, Arduinos, SOC's, and FPGA's.

hola podría hacer lo mismo pero con una tapa que te se pueda cerrar y llevarlo como si fuera un cuaderno :D gracias

Perdona mi mal español por favor, pero culpa a Google Translate ...

Tienes una excelente idea, así que estoy imprimiendo un prototipo de un estuche portátil como este ahora mismo. Lo publicaré como una cosa aparte cuando sepa que funciona bien.

¡Gracias por una gran idea!


FedeMiller said:

hello could do the same but with a lid that you can close and take it as if it were a notebook :D thank you

MBunds replied:

Forgive my bad Spanish please, but blame Google Translate...

You have an excellent idea, so I am printing a prototype of a portable case like this right now. I will publish it as a separate thing when I know it works well.

Thank you for a great idea!