Coin Sorting Trays

by maxumx, published

Coin Sorting Trays by maxumx Sep 17, 2012

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Stack Them, and shake them. and your work is done.


Object size is 120mm x 120mm x 30mm
45 Degree supports suggested.

Added a OpenSCad File to make your own trays. just open it up set the var and have let it fly!

Stack up the trays from smallest to largest, put the solid tray on the bottom. then shake them.

Trays are labeled for the hole in them not the coin they collect. For example the Dime tray will collect Pennies letting dimes through, and the quarter tray will collect 50cent coins letting all others through.

inspired to build this thx to this post by IWorkInPixels
wish him luck in finishing his mechanism.

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yup yup can do.

For some reason the Dime tray is extremely huge.

Fixed, and reinspected all the rest of the trays. looks like they'er all good now.

Excellent! Thanks for looking into that for us.

So it is, i'll do a conversion and re-upload it. :)

@ IWorkInPixels: Aye i thought of that also. would be fun to play with.

Thanks! I love these coin sorting trays! It'd be awesome to make really big ones and have a motor agitate them to make your own coinstar machine!