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Safe style coin bank
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This is the body and door of a coin bank. The slot can handle US quarters
This is a new version of my very early one piece safe style piggy bank. I started over from scratch and made a bank box and a separate door so it can actually be used as a coin bank. The bank box should be able to be printed on its back with no support, just 10% fill or so. I don't know if you will need extra shells or not. The ONLY PROBLEM might be the coin slot. If you want to be safe use support. You could always mod the sketchup models and remove the slot from the top of the bank and put on in near the top of the door. That way you definitely would not need support.
The safe's door which will be a friction fit if your printer is precise. I may end up needing to modify the door tabs to provide more clearance. Print the door with at least one extra shell in case you have to file it to fit. The bank's door should be printed with the flat side down without support.
BE CAREFUL ABOUT REDUCING THE SIZE AS THE SLOT IS SIZED TO HANDLE A QUARTER.
The safe, as designed is 4 1/8" wide, 4 1/16" deep, 4 3/4" tall.
You can press fit or glue the door onto the safe box.
I am uploading the Sketchup files for each part in case you want to modify it.
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