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Piggy Bank

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Piggy Bank by MakerBot Jul 6, 2016
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Perfect For Any Currency

Up to your ears in euros? Rolling in rupees? Drowning in dimes? Whatever kind of coinage you۪re collecting this piggy is hungry for it. (Bitcoin not accepted)

See Your Stash

There۪'s nothing more gratifying than watching your money turn from mere pocket change to next month۪s entire phone bill. With a uniquely perforated design, you can watch your pig fill up till it۪s ready to burst.

No-Fee Withdrawals

Thanks to a bottom hole and cap that come standard you can easily access your coins whenever you want -- without breaking the bank.

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Printer Brand:

MakerBot

Printer:

MakerBot Replicator (5th Generation)

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No


Notes:

Files: 2

Pieces: 2

Total Print Time: 8:16

Dimensions: 99mm X 93mm X 90mm

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I had no Problems with print - came out perfect - Printed in Red PETG - I added pics and settings... Thank you

Oct 22, 2016 - Modified Oct 22, 2016

Very hard to print, even on my decently calibrated delta. Lots and lots of retractions that causes small bubbles and make the walls very fragile.
I used Colorfabb ngen material that usually supports 70° overhangs with little to no problem, but in this case retractions + overhangs seem to be too much for my printer.

Maybe i should print it slower, i'm printing at 70mm/s and i see you recommend 50mm/s.

Can you please tell me the settings you put before creating G-code: Travel feedrate. feedrate. number of shells, infill. height

Thank you

I have an ultimater 2 plus, printed in normal setting. Layers at 0.15 and at 50mm speed. Used cura to splice it. 20% infill, no support.

Brilliant, made 2 now on Ultimaker 2+. Very strong design and great looking pig. Wouldn't change anything. Thanks for the upload.

Printed pretty well and easily at 75% scale with my prusa i3 but I will print it soon at 100%
(I was testing a free sample filament and I did not had enough length for 100%. As expected 75% is too small for some coins)

Thank you very much for this great design !

Very hard to do ... when it passes 60% has very narrow parts that break during printing. I QUIT!

Came out great unfortunately it does not accept Canadian loonies and toonies

How large can you scale it before coins start falling through?

Just uploaded new STLs. There are now two different versions available.

I have tried printing this 2 times on my Makerfarm Pegasus which prints everything usually pretty awesome. The 1st I scaled up to 120% and on 1 layer something happened and while it finished printing the interior coin slot columns didn't print right. That finished a roll of Toner Plastics PLA, so I tried last night at 100% scale using inland pla and the exterior printed awesome, but again those damn towers didn't print.

i'm pretty sad lol while the 100% one I can still display as a desk piece and a bank w/out the slot I just want it to print right!

Pretty nice design. Just one question, how big is it?

In the photo in the Thing Details, it shows a picture of 3 of them, they look to be about 5x5 inches?

Love this design. Going for a print soon. Thanks for the work you do for the community MakerBot!

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