Too lazy to go to the store and buy 600 of them? If you have a 3D printer, you can now have your very own paperclip in less than two minutes!
This is a simple paperclip that prints really quickly. I designed these to hold together about 10 pages of paper, but you could probably hold more sheets together. It's been working fine, but just don't expect them to do everything a normal paperclip could do.
If you want me to try and make this an stl file (I edited its size and thickness in Cura) then just ask.
Feedback and ideas are appreciated. Also, since I only have Ultimaker printers, I would be interested in seeing how it prints on other machines. So show me how it came out with a make.
Print it at your normal speed. Rafts or brims are not needed and if used will be hard to take off.
How To Use:
To use the paperclip, just put the two prongs sticking out on the front, and the longer prong in the middle on the back. The photos should help you visualize this.