In this project we’re embedding an RFID tag into a 3D printed ring.
The micro RFID NFC tag is incredibly small and yet flexible enough to be embed into all sorts of objects.
It features a NTAG203 chip plus antenna and contains 144 bytes of read-write memory. It works with almost any NFC capable tablet and has secure 8-byte user ID.
Although we carry NFC/RFID rings in the shop, it’s much more cost effective to 3D print one and you can also customize it to any size or shape.
Micro NFC/RFID Transponder
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