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3D Printed Coin

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3D Printed Coin by Tcorgard Mar 21, 2013
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I am setting up to do a demo in my area to show people what 3D printing is. I figured it would be nice to give out something simple to all who attend. So I came up with this.

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make sure your layer height is a maximum of .2mm. That way it should print real nice.

I printed them both at 25% infill.

The photo is of both stl file after they print for me.

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Printed great. Added my own words by layering.

Make it thinner so it uses less plastic and I'll print it. Also it is very tiny you might want to consider making it larger and thinner.

it is 3mm thick, the amount of plastic this things uses is only a small amount. It is a 1 round coin, there is a neat function in most slicer programs called "scale"

That is probably what I should have mentioned as I scale it up it will be using more plastic. Sorry if I wasn't clear about that.

I took my original one I made it 2mm thick instead of 3mm. I also sized it up by 50%. and will upload a second STL. I will also post a photo of mine. My machine it takes 8 minutes to produce at 25% infill.

I hope the text on yours came out better than mine. I'll look for the new stl and give it a shot.

I am printing the larger one as I type. Once it finishes I will upload a side by side photo of both.

Yours came out much better than mine did. What printer are you using?

I am currently using a Gen 1 Replicator. I use to have a BFB Rapman.

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