Batman fidget spinner toy [EU, US, UK coins]
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I slightly modified the Batman Fidget Spinner Toy by heraldomedeiros to have it take european 5 eurocent coins.
The Gear Bearing by emmett has been scaled down with attention to the space between the internal gears so that after some fidgeting it's still functional when printed so small. Additionally, the central hole has been enlarged to accomodate two caps used to hold the toy with your fingers.
Since the bearing is completely 3D printed it will not be as smooth as a metal one that you could normally buy but with a few minutes of fidgeting it gets pretty close.
To keep everything in place all I used was some glue on the bearing caps (not absolutely necessary though). The bearing doesn't need any glue to fit and stay in the center of the batman symbol.
I printed everything in fluorescent PLA at 15% infill with the top 8 and bottom 8 layers set to full. (You have to enable these last two options manually in Cura)
EDIT: added UK penny and US penny versions.
EDIT2: use this Simple Bearing 2mm instead of the one included as it runs more smoothly.
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