In our school's makerspace, we want to have students be able to "tell the story" of what they made to others, even when they aren't there in person to tell it to them. So we created this **Adjustable Index Card Display** to do just that via 3x5 index cards! It even has a place for others to leave the maker feedback on their creation via a "card canyon" that holds blank response cards and a slot on the back to place the completed feedback card. If you want to learn more about how this display stand is intended to function in our setting, please visit this [Instagram post](https://www.instagram.com/p/CgcgkUqrx5H/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link) to read more about it.
In addition to printing the necessary components of the display stand, you will also need to have additional hardware to assemble it: (2) M3 10mm button head screws, and (2) M3 hex nuts.
If you don't want to use all of the feedback features that the display has, there are multiple versions of two of the major components for the display:
* The frame itself has two extra versions, which are labeled accordingly. One that doesn't have any text on the back - in case you want to use it for something other than feedback cards. And one that doesn't have any features on the back of the frame - in case you just want to display an index card.
* The card canyon has just one extra version, also labeled accordingly. The extra version does not have any text on it, in case you want to add your own text... or you just don't want any :-)
Lastly, there is no need to even print the card canyon if you don't want to. We testing the display using just the two legs and it stood up just fine. You can see an example of this assembly in one of the last pictures posted above.
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