This is a remixed version of the vending machine that combines some parts of the original version: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:45347
and some parts of the remixed version: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:250000
The reason for this remix is to take benefit of the best parts of each version and adding some modifications in order to have an european version that works with 0,50€ coins as the EuroBodyMachine.stl model shows.
The previous remixed version contains some improved parts such as the CoinCam and the lockers that really improves the functionality of the design. However, it makes the vending machine work by twisting the knob 180º instead of the original 360º each time the user inserts a coin. I modified the CoinCam.stl file to keep the functionality with the lockers, but allowing the 360º as the original vending machine.
As I do not like to have so many amount of candies every time I use the vending machine, I included this drum that is 60% smaller than the original one: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:83741/#files
I checked that the quarter coin is so similar to the 0.50€ coin that the vending machine works perfectly. This is the reason why I have modified the body vending machine to indicate the use of this coin.
You can check the coin mechanism in the following video: https://youtu.be/MRKTmpMsbvE
TIPS AND ADVICES:
All parts have been printed with 0.2mm heigh, 20% infill, 60mm/s speed and 0.4mm nozzle. Supports are not needed for any piece.
I made an exception with the infill parameter printing Flap, because I liked the version with no coins (check previous remixed version if you like the other one). To avoid problems I printed it with 50% infill to increase his own weight
EuroBodyMachine.stl and Hatch.stl are huge models that takes a lot amount of time for printing. I changed my 0.4mm nozzle for a 0.8mm nozzle and I used 0.4mm heigh to reduce the printing time. Keep in mind that this option will reduce a little bit the quality and that you musth change the accurate parameters to slice the model before printing it (height, nozzle diameter, top and bottom amount of layers, shell thickness...).
As the body machine does not have too many details this might be a good option to save time. It is up to you ;)
Thanks to Mr_MegaTronic and MakerBobDesigns that built the originals.
For Flap use 50% infill.
Optional for Body and Hatch use 0.8mm nozzle with 0.4mm Resoultion. Save time, but reduce quality and need to change slicer parameters.