High quality die-cut PVC split-flap display flaps - for four 40-character modules (165 flaps)Designed by scottbez1, Ships from United States of America
This is a pack of 165 blank white flaps, custom-designed to fit into a DIY split-flap display. That's enough to build four 40-character modules (with a few spare flaps left over)! These are 30mil (...Read More…
This is a pack of 165 blank white flaps, custom-designed to fit into a DIY split-flap display. That's enough to build four 40-character modules (with a few spare flaps left over)!
These are 30mil (0.76mm) thick PVC cards, with a glossy white finish. The overall dimensions of each flap is 54mm x 42.8mm. Additional dimensions can be seen in the product photos above. These are professionally manufactured with incredibly tight tolerances, so you can be certain your split-flap display will look and work great!
When I started designing the open-source split-flap display, I built all of the flaps myself by cutting PVC ID badges in half and punching slots out of the sides. That works fine (and the instructions are still available in the project wiki if you'd like to try it yourself), but honestly it's a bit tedious, especially when building multiple modules, and the results aren't always clean. So to save myself some pain and frustration, I had flaps professionally cut to the exact shape needed for split-flap displays, and I'm now making those flaps available to others!
Look at the difference in quality between hand-made flaps and these flaps:
Purchasing these flaps will also help fund continued development of the split-flap project. Thanks!
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I'm a software engineer that works on hardware projects in my free time.
The biggest thing I've been building recently has been an open-source split-flap display: https://scottbez1.github.io/splitflap/ I'll be making custom parts (like PCBs, die-cut flaps, and more) available for sale here on Tindie, so you can build your own more easily!
If you have any questions, or just want to chat about split-flap displays, reach out to me through Tindie, Twitter (@scottbez1), or email (scottbez1 at gmail)!