Working Mario Coin Block

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Description

I have created a Working Super Mario Coin Block. 

When struck, the coins that are inserted are launched out of a hole in the top of the block. This is done by using a stepper motor to pull back a launcher held tight by a rubber-band. Once the last tooth in the rail passes the last tooth of the gear head, the rail is released and the coin is launched. The model is designed to launch US $1 gold coins. Included is a Mario coin model that matches the size and can be used in place of a $1 coin. The cube measures 145mm cubed. Check this Video to see it in action!

Print Settings: 

  • Layer height: 0.2mm
  • Speed: 50 mm/s 
  • Infill: 20%
  • Supports: No

Video

Build Video

Build Animation 

Arduino Code 

Fusion360 Files available upon request.

Parts Required/Designed for:

Thanks!

Design Files

File Size

Lid.stl
2.56 MB
Question.stl
7.7 KB
Coin.stl
130 KB
Screw.stl
304 KB
Rail.stl
323 KB
Question_Dot.stl
1.45 KB
Block.stl
975 KB
Gear.stl
110 KB
Motor_Mount.stl
948 KB

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