Dollar coin wallet holder (parametric)

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Dollar coin wallet holder (parametric) by dylanwinn Mar 29, 2013
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This thing allows you to carry up to six US dollar coins in the space of a couple of cards, for example in an unused space in your wallet. No more jingling pockets! The holes are tapered so that the coins easily slide into the top but will not fall out the bottom. You can modify the design to fit other coins by changing the measurements at the top of the scad file.

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Too thin to hold coins in place. I wrap the card with blue painters tape to hold the coins in place. This is a good start, but needs something across the back and front to hold the coins in place.

I am new to this, and surely not knowledgeable to use SCAD if you have the time could you put one together for Quarters? I would greatly appreciate it thanks a million. :)