Introduction: Euro Currency Tab.
Euro Currency Tab.
In the realization of this project I have been inspired by the measures of the carton of 6 milk bricks, in fact originally was what I use as a model. The separator is by size not by value, you can adjust or modify the structure to separate and sort by value, but I decided not to complicate it.
Step 1: STEP 1.
We need: Cutting tools,tape, silicon gun, cardboard, rulers, squares, angle conveyor, coins, wooden skewer sticks, pencil, pen, paper, computer, printer.
Step 2: Step 2.
We need to know the measures of the euro coins, for this we look at the page http://euro.raddos.de/espanol/monedas.php, then and with the help of a word processor (Word, Open Office ...) we draw The rectangles with the measurements that will give us something approximate, is not exact but it serves, could be made by measuring and drawing and even using Autocad or similar being much more exact.
Step 3: Step 3.
With the model of the sheet I cut it and stick it to what will be the ramp, signalize and cut the cardboard, that is, cut the slots where the coins will fall. I have used a skewer stick to better adjust the gap you have to have to drop the coin down the ramp. Then I hit the back and I can test if it works or needs some adjustment.
Step 4: Step 4.
I'm gluing with hot silicone all the parts.
Step 5: Step 5.
Currency Scale: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0huCWN38qAcNHpZYnVFNDRvcWc/view?usp=sharing
Part layout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0huCWN38qAcTmRSa0RPTWowc0U/view?usp=sharing
Further information: http://euro.raddos.de/espanol/monedas.php
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5 years ago
Neat looking model, thanks for sharing how you made it! :)