Original design Sorting Hat (Harry Potter) by cerberus333. Please give love by liking the original design. Thank you cerberus333.
Well Harry Potter fans, now you can get into a sorting hat of your own...be first to get into the coin class.
It was a good model to make into a bank though in its current form it only handles dimes because of the diameter size at the neck-down at top of the hat, If you scale it up in your slicer I think it would take larger coins.
I've included a picture from spec from www.USMINT.gov
Scaling:guide (mm) coin diameters USD
The proof print was at x0.5 file scale that are pictured.
dimes 17, penny 19, nickel 22, quarter 25, halfD 31, wholeD 27
x1.00 (17) for dime only
x1.25 (22.5) for dime, penny, nickel only
x1.50 (27) for dime, penny, nickel, quarter only
x1.75 (31.5) all coins
Multiply my original file size by one of the factors above for the coins you'd like in your bank.
Sorry for the math...designing does have its needed adaptations and opportunities for learning.
I'm looking forward to making more HP items soon.
- OH ME...during the process of making a larger print of the hat, I found an issue with the file not having the hat hollow which is not good to be a bank. My apologies to the 140 thini-fans that downloaded or collected this original file.I printed a x0.5 file scale proof for the update file v2. It now has the quick fit plug and key instead of the threaded plug,.10-7-2018
- See my Make at x1.5 file scale which holds all USD coins and $55 of quarters. found 4 small flaws at this scale size...working on fixes 10-10-2018
- In V2R2 files, this revision made model larger to fill Ender2 bed, added the key storage, and the optional tea light plug to hold Samyo tea light (30 mm diameter x 25mm) from Amazon. This turns model into a night light.11-26-2018
- In v3 file, the hat small hole flaws should be fixed because this is an outer shell print file, use 2mm wall layers, zero infill, need to drill and cut out the plug and slot and file to clean them up. Has all the features in v2.
If you have any suggestions or questions, please let me know. Thank you for looking. Enjoy!
print at 50 mm/s with 3 layers.
Used Tinkercad and Cura...cleaned up the tail slump some so not too much support is needed. In Tinkercad copy the file and ungroup the hat to see the steps in its construction.
Let me know how you did on your bank project and what factor you chose for your coin savings.
Hope it meets your fancy. Enjoy!