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    Duct Tape Wallet

    Duct Tape Wallet
    http://www.rpi-polymath.com/ducttape...pe_wallet.html

    These instructions will help you create your own duct tape wallet. Feel free to print these instructions and do what you wish. They are great for a classroom activity, arts & craft group, Boy scouts / Girl Scouts, and fund raisers. Duct Tape wallets make great Christmas gifts, Birthday gifts, Father's Day gifts, or can be sold for some quick money.

    "I would like to say thanks for your web page showing how to make duct tape wallets. We were wanting to make them with our Logos youth group during recreation. Thank you for making a web page with the directions to do this. Sincerely, Kim Davis Secretary Mount Olive Presbyterian Church, Mount Olive North Carolina "

    "Hey man great site on the wallet... Keep up the good Work." - Chad Thomas

    "Thanks for the directions on how to make the entire wallet. One of my friends bought one for about 15 bucks, and now I have bragging rights!!! Heh thanks again." - Joses

    Step 1 : The first step is to create a large sheet of duct tape 8.5 inches by 7 inches. This is the key to any duct tape project, with a sheet of tape you can make anything! Rip a strip of tape at least 8.5 inches in length and place sticky side up on your working surface. rip a second piece of equal length and place sticky side down half way over the first strip. Fold the rest of the strip facing up over the second strip. Flip over the two strips and place a third strip sticky side down covering the remaining sticky part of the second strip. Flip the sheet again and continue extending the size of the sheet until the needed size is satisfied.


    Step 2 : Trim the edges, fold the wallet in half and tape the sides to create a large pocket to hold bills.


    Step 3: To create credit/business card pockets create another sheet 4 by 3.5 inches.


    Step 4: Fold 1.5 inches over. To create two more pockets, repeat the step above and then tape the two pieces together, taping the second pocket a little lower on top of the first piece.


    Step 5 : Tape the edges of the pockets and then tape the whole piece to the large pocket. To create another pocket, leave the inside part untaped.


    Step 6 ; Make a sheet of tape (as in the first step) larger than your ID card. Cut the sheet so the outside part of the frame is slightly larger than the height and width of the ID. Cut the inside .5 centimeters, (big enough you can see you picture and info, but small enough the ID can't fall through the opening. Now trim the outside so it is slightly larger in all directions than your ID. Tape three sides of this window to the inside of your wallet, or on top of the credit card holder. It'll take a some trial an error to get it right, but it will be a great addition to the wallet. When your done, the ID should be able to slide into the untaped side of the holder, and once in, not fall through the open window.


    Step 7 : Tape the completed pocket to the large pocket and again you can create an extra pocket if you wish by leaving the inside part untaped.

    Step 8 : This is the completed wallet. There are an infinite ways to personalize this design. Some ideas I've embeded in mine are coin pockets within the large bill pocket and placing flaps on the credit card holders so business cards don't fall out when the wallet gets dropped.

    Instructions written by Dustin Kirk | www.rpi-polymath.com/ducttape/






    RFID Protective Wallet

    Worried about the possibility of your drivers license, credit cards, cash, work ID, school ID, etc... broadcasting without your knowledge? Aluminum foil prevents small RFID tags which are embedded in devices from broadcasting. Incorporate foil into your Duct Tape Wallet for an added layer of security


    With the proliferation of RFID devices and related privacy concerns, it seemed due time to create the RFID Blocking Duct Tape Wallet. There are many ways to prevent Radio Frequency ID tags from being transmitted from devices. I often use my work badge and school ID which both contain RFID tags. With drivers licenses, credit cards, and cash now beginning to contain RFID tags, why not create a protective wallet.

    RFID chips now exist in: Chase's Blink Credit Card, Mastercard PayPass Credit Card, Many Corporate IDs, Many University IDs, United States Passports, Euro Passports, etc...

    There are two materials which impede Radio Signals with incredible success... Water & Metal. Although you could fill a bag full of water and place your money, wallet, or whatever else in it, let's continue with the metal route. A single layer of aluminum foil of only 27 microns thick is often enough to block the RFID signals of most readers or 1mm of dilute salt water. A quick test at my work place using my badge confirmed the effectiveness of a layer of aluminum foil. (insert obligatory aluminum foil hat joke) So... the next step was to design a wallet with aluminum foil embedded inside. Using the plans to make Duct Tape Wallets I created previously, it was simple to modify them to include the aluminum foil.

    If you're simply looking for a bit of casual protection, simply stacking your cards next to each other will assist in reducing their strength.



    In creating a RFID Blocking Duct Tape Wallet, the only step that needs to be modified is the first one. To create a sheet of RFID Blocking tape, simply place a sheet of foil on the table, and place strips of Duct Tape overlapping on top. Once created, the sheet can be cut with scissors to the sizes needed to continue making the wallet.

    I chose to make one more addition to my RFID Protective Wallet. A simple flap on the left hand side prevents cards inside the wallet from broadcasting even while the wallet is open half way. If there are cards you wish to broadcast at will, consider creating a pocket of only tape on the outside of the wallet for you to slip the card into.

    http://www.rpi-polymath.com/ducttape/RFIDWallet.php

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    How to Make a Duct Tape Wallet

    This one includes a video ...

    You'll Need

    Duct tape (any color of your choice)
    Ruler
    Knife or scissors
    Piece of wood or cutting board (don't use materials that will stick to the duct tape)


    Tips

    Another way to make the initial square of duct tape material, you can also lay strips down slightly overlapping, sticky side up. Then, cover them with strips going the opposite way (vertical instead of horizontal or horizontal instead of vertical), slightly overlapping. This way may be more sturdy.

    There are many ways to personalize this design. Some other ideas are coin pockets within the large bill pocket and placing flaps on the credit card holders so business cards don't fall out when the wallet gets dropped.

    Use a sheet protector and cut out a piece of the clear plastic to cover the open window over your ID

    Index cards can be used to give it some structure. It also gives something for the duct tape to stick to.

    Of course, then it won't be made of only duct tape.

    Duct tape comes in colors too. Try out combinations, and find one you like.

    If making a clear cover for a driver's license, try using clear packing tape instead of sheet protectors if you want the entire wallet to be made out of tape.

    If cutting the duct tape with scissors, it is easier to make large cuts rather than small cuts.

    You can make a wallet latch with a little extra duct tape. Take a wide piece and fold it over to where no part is sticky. Do this again with a thinner, longer strip. Tape the bigger strip to where it will wrap all the way around the side of the wallet where you pull it open, and then the same with the thinner strip.

    You can personalize the wallet by using clear duct tape too. Use photos that you like and place them on each side and then use the clear tape to seal them in. There are endless designs you can do to make the wallet completely personal.

    If you are using a knife, a metal or metal edged ruler is best.

    Try making them out of paper, cloth, fishnet, or painter's tape (blue tape).

    Black Tyvek tape is available in 2 and 4 inch widths from book binding suppliers for a nice low key look.

    If you make the 8.5 X 7 inch duct tape sheet on aluminum foil the wallet will shield RFID credit cards.

    Put butter or margarine on your scissors to make cutting the duct tape easier.

    If you get good enough at making these you can make money selling them. A good mark-up would be $3 for a wallet. Selling at events like field trips is a good idea.

    Another good idea for personalizing your wallet would be to put stickers on it. For about $2 you can get stickers with logos on them. They are sold at most sporting goods stores.

    If you're looking to make your wallet an RFID blocking wallet, cover a sheet of aluminium foil entirely duct tape and use that as your fabric instead

    After you first make the wallet you may notice it dosnt stay closed so flatten it beneath some books for a couple hours.

    Another way to make an id slot is to make a sheet out of clear (packing) tape, and then tape down 3 edges

    [i]Warnings[i]

    Don't pick at the duck tape, or the wallet will be ruined!

    Measure carefully. If anything is too small, it might not fit all of your money or cards and you'll have to start all over. Make it bigger than you think it needs to be.

    Be very careful with the blade, or use scissors!

    Try to take it nice and slow, if you have any air bubbles in it, it ruins the look.

    A tip to get out bubbles is to put a pinhole in the bubble and get the air out. This is the secret to applying perfect griptape on your skateboard deck without being a professional, and it works for other adhesive applications as well.

    Don't leave your wallet in the heat or else it will get really sticky all over your money!

    Cut away from yourself. Knives can slip and cut you.


    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Duct-Tape-Wallet

    Rip a strip of tape at least (280 mm) in length and place it sticky side up on your working surface.


    Rip a second piece of equal length and place sticky side down halfway over the first strip. Fold the rest of the strip facing up over the second strip.

    Flip over the two strips and place a third strip sticky side down covering the remaining sticky part of the second strip. Flip the sheet again and continue extending the size of the sheet until you've created a large sheet of duct tape that is 8.5 inches (215 mm) by 10 inches (175 mm).

    Trim all the edges so that they still fit into the size requirements.

    Fold the wallet in half and tape the 2 sides to create a large pocket to hold bills.

    To create credit or business card pockets, make another sheet that's 4 by 3.5 inches (100 mm by 90 mm).

    Fold 1.5 inches (40 mm) over. To create two more pockets, repeat the step above and then tape the two pieces together, taping the second pocket a little lower on top of the first piece.

    Tape the edges of the pockets and then tape the whole piece to the large pocket. To create another pocket, leave the inside part untaped.

    Make a sheet of tape (as in the first step) larger than your ID card. Cut the sheet so that there is a 5 mm frame (big enough so you can see your picture and info, but small enough so the ID can't fall through the opening). Now trim the outside so it is slightly larger in all directions than your ID. Tape three sides of this window to the inside of your wallet, or on top of the credit card holder. It'll take a some trial and error to get it right, but it will be a great addition to the wallet. When you're done, the ID should be able to slide into the untaped side of the holder, and once in, not fall through the open window.

    Tape the completed pocket to the large pocket and again, you can create an extra pocket if you wish by leaving the inside part untaped.

    Put your money, ID, and cards in your wallet and go show off your new creation!
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    How to Make a Duct Tape Case for Your iPod Nano

    Things You'll Need

    An iPod Nano
    Duct tape
    The template found at the above website to http://sneakmove.com/docs/nano/diy_ipod_nano_case.pdf
    Scissors
    An exacto-knife
    Clear packing tape

    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Duct-T...Your-iPod-Nano
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    I saw some duct tape wallets somewhere, I forget, and they actually were pretty neat.
    They had pretty colors and designs, not tacky like you would think of duct tape.

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    How to make a duct-tape wallet
    By David Brooks
    From the February 2013 issue of Boys' Life magazine




    Duct tape comes in 2-inch-wide rolls and is available in many colors.
    Use some to make this handy duct-tape wallet that will last for years.

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED
    •Duct tape
    •Ruler
    •Scissors or utility knife
    •Pencil


    http://boyslife.org/hobbies-projects...t-tape-wallet/

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