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Yu-Gi-Oh! Pendant

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Falk Zeh
Falk Zeh
Data Engineer & Humanoid Robotics Student
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Card Pendant

Yu-Gi-Oh Card Pendant - My first 3D printed jewelry and contest submission

It’s save to say that Printables has become one of my most visited websites this year. While browsing the site the other day, I stumbled upon a Contest for Necklaces and Pendants and decided to give it a shot. I had never designed jewelry before, so I thought it would be a fun challenge. I decided to design a pendant based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game.

Inspiration and Design

The inspiration for the design came from a pendant that one of the characters in the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime wears. It’s supposed to be kind of like an enclosure for a card. I started by measuring the dimensions of a Yu-Gi-Oh! card and then designed the pendant around it. I wanted it to be able to be closed, so I added a hinge and a clasp. I also added a loop to attach a chain or leather strap to it.



I printed the pendant on my BambuLab P1S printer using PLA filament, used a 0.4mm nozzle and a layer height of 0.2mm. I printed the pendant in two parts, the top and the bottom. Since I was out of support filament, I printed the pendant without it (the only place where it would have been needed was the loop). It came out pretty good, only the top came out a bit stringy.

Printed Pendant

Printed Pendant

Are you winning, son?

Definitely not. I didn’t win the contest, but I had a lot of fun designing and printing the pendant. I will definitely try to design more jewelry in the future. If you’d like to print the pendant yourself, you can find the files on Printables.


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