could not find any so i made my own
holds 20 coins / 40 euro
spring used: length 57/11mm, id 13mm, od 15mm
anything with od<=20mm, id=>13mm, length>55mm and conpressed length<=12mm should work fine. (less compression=less coins).
top stays on with friction alone, but i secured it with a thin bead of uber-glue. be careful not to glue the slider in place; insert two coins before gluing.
only the top should be printed with supports
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