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Work-O-Meter by Roboduck Feb 11, 2013

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Have a lot of paperwork to do? Do you need an un-scientific method of gauging the amount of paperwork you have? If so then you're in luck!

Presenting the Work-O-Meter!

The latest advancement in completely unnecessary office equipment. Simply place your paperwork under the weighted work displacement arm and the Work-O-Meter will tell you how much work you have to do.


  1. Print one of each components (I used .27mm layers, 1 extra shell and 20% infill)
  2. Print the Work-O-Meter-Chart, cut out and glue to your Work-O-Meter.
  3. Assemble using 3x #8-32 x 3/4" Pan head screws.

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All the screw heads lined up :o) It's not just me now!!!!!

just dont print all your papers, only to make this meashuement.

Will add a version with pins instead of screws ;)

Why is that wheel locked.. Adding so little friction wont stop more work sliding under it ;)

the only think that could bake this better is to use http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:10541http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... so no hardware is needed other then the lables

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by tbuser

That is one of the funniest creations. I have laughted about the HOLY SH*T level. :-)

Me too :-)
Though it would be easier if I made a static text for my pile.