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Coin Pusher Kit

Build a Desktop Coin Pusher for Pennies!


The Coin Pusher was discontinued In Nov 2017 pending some needed improvements. I'm the midst of that now. Goal is to add flexibility on the motor end of the build. This means you'll have the choice of making this a hand crank (no motor), servo powered (cont rotation or 180 rotation), or stepper motor power coin pusher. The mounting plates for all three variations will be included making this kit great for beginners or builders with motor driving experience. I imagine a standard size servo motor will be the way to go. 

Kits are available for the US Penny. See link for assembly instructions (video). I will not be making any other documentation regarding assembly. If you're unsure how to assemble with the information provided, this kit is not for you. This kit is intended for the self-sufficient builder comfortable with driving a stepper motor using a micro controller or pre-built driver.

Items you will need to complete the build (not included):

 Quantity Description Details
~20 #6-32 x 0.75" Machine screws + nuts peg board
~75 #4-40 x0.75" Machine screws + nuts


8 #6-32 x 1.00" Machine screws + nuts  
1 Nemo 17 Stepper Motor + mount screws (M3 x 10mm)  
1 Stepper Controller  
1 Power Supply  
n/a DC socket, power switch, button.. other misc  

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