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10 Dollars Worth Of Quarters v2

by anewsome, published

10 Dollars Worth Of Quarters v2 by anewsome Oct 24, 2013

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A remix, or total do over of my hinged 10 dollars worth of quarters. One of the comments on my hinged box design asks, why didn't I make it cylindrical? So I did!

I've actually moved all my quarters to these containers now instead of the hinged containers. These cylinders don't stack nicely in my desk drawer, so I just stand them up as you see in the picture.

Threaded cap prints with plenty of tolerance so don't worry about it not fitting. It'll fit and it will cinch up nice and tight with a 3/4 turn.

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Haha I found this trying to look for my own version of this, turns out I wasn't the first one to design one! It was my first design I made, could you maybe take a look at it and tell me what you think? I like your design :)

I get a warning when trying to export the gcode from Slic3r. Apparently there is a hole in the triangulated mesh somewhere. I'm using Slic3r v0.9.10b.

This was modeled in Solidworks, which is very good at producing models with no holes or errors. The STL slices perfectly on Makerware, and prints without issue. It's most likely that Slic3r is choking on the extremely thin wall at the top of the cylinder. It's thin, but there's no holes in it. Maybe try less shells when you slice it, use another slicer or see if Meshlab Cloud will fix it for you.

Actually, the new version of Slic3r repaired it. Using version 1.0.0RC1

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