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Piggy Bank

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Perfect For Any Currency

Up to your ears in euros? Rolling in rupees? Drowning in dimes? Whatever kind of coinage you۪re collecting this piggy is hungry for it. (Bitcoin not accepted)

See Your Stash

There۪'s nothing more gratifying than watching your money turn from mere pocket change to next month۪s entire phone bill. With a uniquely perforated design, you can watch your pig fill up till it۪s ready to burst.

No-Fee Withdrawals

Thanks to a bottom hole and cap that come standard you can easily access your coins whenever you want -- without breaking the bank.

Print Settings

Printer brand:

MakerBot

Printer:

MakerBot Replicator (5th Generation)

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No

Notes:

Files: 2

Pieces: 2

Total Print Time: 8:16

Dimensions: 99mm X 93mm X 90mm


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Coin Sorter

This coin sorter is loose change's worst enemy. Watch your pennies, dimes, nickels, and quarters spiral toward perfect organization.

Print Settings

Printer brand:

MakerBot

Printer:

MakerBot Replicator (5th Generation)

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No

Notes:

Print Time: 6:00:00
Parts: 2
Files: 2
Dimensions: 78x75x146

Post-Printing

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Minimalist Wallet

Minimalist wallet designed to be small enough to easily be carried as a front pocket wallet.

The wallet can be assembled and used in a few different ways. It can be assembled using either one or two sides. When two sides are used the cards are placed in between the two sides and will be protected from wear and tear. Each side is assembled from two separate pieces screwed together with eight M3 screws. The screws should be fairly short so they do most likely need to be shortened to be short enough to not stick out the other end.

There are two versions of the wallet sides, one for countersunk screws and one version for normal screws. The parts meant to be used with countersunk screws are named with countersunk in the filenames and the other parts are named with regular in the filenames. The countersunk screw version will have a slimmer profile and is recommended.

If one side is used it can be assembled with one or two elastic bands. Where both elastic bands are used to hold cards or money.

If two sides are used it can be assembled with one, two, or three elastic bands. One of the elastic bands is used to hold the two sides together. While the other one or two elastic bands are used to keep money or extra cards.

The elastic bands are cut to length and sewn together to form a loop. The length of the bands depend on how many cards that will be carried in the wallet.

All parts are oriented to be printed so that when assembled the sides facing the build plate are facing outwards and the top of the print is non visible.

The screws can be inserted and taken out at least a few times before the threads start to have trouble getting a grip. When that happens the piece can easily be replaced.

If two sides are used I would recommend slightly sanding the edges facing the cards to make it easier to insert the cards. I may update the files to include a rounded side but I decided to leave them sharp for now since I prefered that when using it as a one sided wallet.

Required materials

  • M3 screws, 4mm long.
  • Elastic band, 20mm wide.

Print Settings

Printer brand:

Printer:

i3 MK2S

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No
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Maker Wallet - Fully 3D Printable

This project has been designed in collaboration with BuildBee, the all-in-one 3D printing solution to design, monitor and print from the cloud.

Learn more about BuildBee: https://buildbee.com/flowalistik


The Maker Wallet is a fully 3D printable wallet.

Download the STL files which are ready to print or the STEP file if you want tu customize or remix the design.

Features

  • Up to 5 standard-size cards
  • Room for bills and other small objects
  • Lock mechanism
  • Customizable back and front
  • Fully 3D printable
  • 15-second assembly

Making tips

  • Use a 0.4mm nozzle
  • Print settings: 3 perimeters and 0.2mm layer height
  • Loose lock mechanism? Play with the slicer’s tolerances settings to fix it
  • Adhesives are not required, but you can add some glue where the lid and lever connect for increased rigidity

Special thanks to those makers that have shared other wallet designs in the past. Find in the following collection other great 3D printable wallets that have inspired me:

https://www.thingiverse.com/flowalistik/collections/3d-printable-wallets