Captured Nickle Fidget Spinners
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OK. I'm really not into the fidget spinner stuff, but I am cheap! After making the Captured Quarter Fidget Spinner, I found out that a nickle is only about 10% less in weight than a quarter, but only costs 20% as much! So I re-mixed my Captured Quarter Fidget Spinner which is a re-mix of Quarter TRI SPINNER - Fidget Toy by 2ROBOTGUY. Re-mix that with a couple of beers, and here you have the Captured Nickle Fidget Spinners! The tri-nickle spinner costs about $1.00. If you can afford a little more, then there is a hex-nickle spinner that will set you back about $1.30.
Note - use 2 nickles per coin hole, use one 608 bearing for the center hole
link to bearings that I used - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C9XDPVQ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
- PAUSE THE PRINT AT ABOUT 65% COMPLETE AND DROP IN THE NICKLES
Monoprice Maker Select v2
245 print head, 105 bed temps
PAUSE THE PRINT AT ABOUT 65% COMPLETE AND DROP IN THE NICKLES
use 2 nickles per coin hole
make sure you have the sides of the coins showing that you want
- CAUTION - the nickles hold the heat from the heated bed a lot longer than the plastic
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