United States Quarter Dollar

by hockenmaier, published

United States Quarter Dollar by hockenmaier Feb 1, 2013


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This is a model of a U.S. Quarter, as dimensionally accurate as possible. Have fun!
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Print this out in two halves (provided). This is sized exactly to the dimensions of a real quarter, but feel free to scale it up in your favorite slicing program so you can flip it for the big decisions in your life!
You can print it and try to trick vending machines, but it probably won't work as most vending machines detect metal.

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With few exceptions, existing law generally prohibits the manufacture, sale or use of any token, disk or device in the likeness or similitude of any coins of the United States, or of any foreign country, which are issued as money.


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This should work in coin op washer and dryers. They only detect the size of the coin. Some older vending machines might take this along with any vending machine that isn't electric, the ones that you put in a few quarters and turn a knob. Like gas station condom machines. :D

lol i did this a couple times
i wonder how much it saves, im no cheapskate but lets just say i often have more filament than quarters over half the time

It might be helpful to slice it in half and glue the two halves together.. Just a thought.

And a good thought too. Done.

Cool! Now I can try and print it.