MakerBot Coin - OpenSCAD DXF Extrusion

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MakerBot Coin - OpenSCAD DXF Extrusion by akaziuna Nov 30, 2012
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MakerBot Coin created in Inkscape, from a traced scan of a MakerBot sticker. Exported as a DXF using
Inkscape OpenSCAD DXF Export: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:14221. Then imported into OpenSCAD and extruded using DXF linear_extrude().

Learn how to make it yourself in the OpenSCAD DXF extrusion tutorial in Getting Started With MakerBot: shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920026723.do


  1. Download the zip archive that contains the SCAD file and both DXF flies. Note: These files will need to be the same directory for the example to compile.

  2. Compile and render.

  3. Export as a STL.

  4. Print with default settings. (10% infill, 1 shell)

The pictures show the MakerBot Coin printed in white MakerBot ABS and red translucent Ultimachine PLA.

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