This gaming prop features a design that is supposed to bring success, wealth and long life. Perfect to puzzle players or just to add a dash of pizzazz.
This would print best on a dual extrusion printer. Lacking that it can be printed by swapping filament at the right point. When sliced with default settings in Makerware there are twelve layers in the "coin" base: four floor, four infill and four ceiling. Because Makerware is somehow "optimizing" the print it doesn't lay the ceiling down straight, but leaves gaps that it fills in at the end of the layer. Watch for this and switch filament. In this print I did no purging so the yellow did not come out as pure it should.
I used default settings. Note: printing with additional shells did not help fill in the gaps in the bars -- Makerware insists on printing them that way (in the bars, the letters are deliberately "hollow").