Poker Coins - for Dual Extrusion
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These two stl files are made for the printers with dual extrusion. The file labelled white, is the colour that is white in the images, and the secondary colour is whatever you want.
i3 MK2 MMU
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Fusion 360 was the cad software I chose to use when designing these coins. I started off with an image of a generic poker coin that was downloaded of the internet, then i researched the normal size for a coin to be.
This gave me the dimensions I needed to start designing. First I started with the outline and the nuggets on the outer shell. Then I traced the dice numbers, all to 1.5mm diameter. This gave me the bones of a genuine Poker Coin.
After I added some finishing touches, such as the rectangles revolving in a circular pattern near the centre of the coin. Then finally, I added the 100 in the middle, and extruded as a new body so I could still print it in dual extrusion.
This file is printed on the Prusa i3 mk2 with the multi material upgrade.
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