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Coin Sorter

by MakerBot Jul 12, 2016
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doesn't work for me,most times everything ends up in the center quarter slot.

hi, first post - very new to 3d printing and design. (i hope i get notified if you answer :) i am interested in redesigning this for AUD coins as i love the concept, (i noticed you had mixed reviews), can you post a couple of more pictures please (top down and 45 degree angle from top down).... and also what angle is used to slide the coins down before they get to the slot...... any help appreciated, thankyou.

can you make the bottom part have a mirrored version of it's top face? so one could stack this on top of another allowing one to make it taller? o3o

I feel like it would work better if the opening was a bit smaller so the coins wouldn't fall out or if there was one with no opening to be used with transparent filament

Will this work with the used by banks?

I want to know how the person that posted this item printed it in 6 hours it took over 10 on my Gmax 1.5 xt+ with 0 infill and .2 layer height.

About 5.5 on my Mk3, but I had a .6 nozzle on anyway.

I like the design, but it works about 50% of the time. Coins falling into wrong slots...

Do not print this. It does not work.

About how many coins does is hold?

I recommend a remake. It would make sense to add a lip to the bottom of the sorter to keep the change from popping out the bottom sometimes. Not a issue once you have a few in each slot. But annoying at first. Second issue is the change sometimes goes into the wrong slots.

Is it working with euros € ?

A novelty. Throws coins out the sides. Bad design, like most things on here.

I wish I'd read your comments early on.

can it be used for uk coins

so i'm trying to download this and when I do, and I extract it and try to open the file, it tells me "This file is invalid for use as the following: Certificate Trust List." can anybody help me sort out this project

You have to open it with your 3d printing program. If you use tinkerine suite, for example, open the program, click file>open and select your file. It sometimes cannot be simply double clicked.

This is a great idea, Ive seen other coin sorters but i like how compact this is. Even how the collector is separate from the sorter is a great idea. Would be great if you could customise for other currencies. Also a hooper on top would be useful where coins can just fall in

Doesn't really work that well. The pennies get caught in the dime hole, and the coins fall out more than half the time when they reach the bottom.

Does not work at all for any size coin. All fall out when the hit the end of the slide.

this item needs a lot of sanding when done

if your printer sux

can you make a Euro version??

Not 100% but it works pretty well. the major issue seems to be the way the chute ends. it has a weird curve at the bottom that is supposed to send the quarter into the center but quarters tend to get caught at the end of the chute backing the whole sorter.
Hopefully that made some sense to someone, a small modification would fix that problem easily.