Pebble Time Charging Stand

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Pebble Time Charging Stand by ClassicGOD Nov 1, 2015
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This is a charging stand for Pebble Time / Time Steel.

To install the charging connector push it in at an angle cable-relief end first. Once it's in its channel snap in the main part of the connector into place.

It can be mirrored and should work just as well if you prefer the "leg" to be on the other side.

(Printed at 0.1mm with Printrbot Simple Metal)

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Kudos on this design it is great! Holds the connector in there super tight and holds the cable well so that it isn't pinched but looks super clean. I thought I'd have to sticky tape it to my table, but nope balanced real well. And printed awesome! Thanks!

I printed one for my Time 2, but unfortunately it doesn't quite fit in. It seems a little larger and more square, so the curved in profile left of the connector is in the way.
Do you have design files, so we can take them as basis for a time 2 stand?

I'm at work right now so I'm not sure that this is a correct link as the preview doesn't render for some reason but it should be it (if Autodesk web interface can be trusted): http://a360.co/1O1PwFy from there you can download it in any format required or add to your Fusion 360 account.

That model was empty ... I guess the Autodesk interface wasn't so trustworthy. No hurry, though, my Pebble worked fine without a stand the last 6 month, I'm sure it can wait a few days longer.

The Issue was Fusion 360 version (old model) I opened it and reserved it, link should be fine now.

Yep, worked like a charm now :-) Thanks for your help

Printed one on my MP Select Mini and been using it regularly for a couple weeks now. Great model!

Hi, I printed this at 0.1mm 20% on my Mendel (Reprap) and it looks great (for a self-assembled cheap chinese printer, I mean).
The upper side of the connector window snapped off while pushing the connector, and the cable doesn't fit very well inside the pillar. I think maybe due to some shrinkage of my ABS while cooling down. Perhaps this should be printed at 101% in size (don't know if this is possible with Cura or Pronterface).
Anyway, my Time fits and connects nicely and I'm happy with my charging stand, just hoping for a (faster) (more precise) new printer!

I just printed one on a Form 2 printer. The charger fits like a glove but it doesn't quite make contact with the charging points. I put my watch on the stand and the magnets connect but I have to squeeze it together for the pins on the charger cable to make contact with the watch.

I'm going to trim around the opening where the charger connects to the watch to see if that helps. Overall it came out quite nice.

Yes, the model was designed with FDM printers in mind so there are some very thin walls in the charger opening that are supposed to be rounded off by the FDM process limitations (If I remember correctly Fusion360 had some problems removing them at the time so I left them in knowing that a slicer will round them off). With higher res SLA printer it is possible that the opening will be too small to make contact and that you will have to trim the slot a little bit :)

Please note that the cable for the Pebble Time Steel is a bit thicker and it doesn't fit in this design.

No it's not. You can clearly see Pebble Time Steel as well as it's included cable on my photos and on few of the 'makes' for this thing. It is possible that Pebble changed the design of the cable but I'm not aware of it. I would verify if your printer isn't over-extruding.

Had to midtfjords it a bit with a knife otherwise great design!!

Great design! Mine printed wonderfully, unfortunately the plastic on the top right of the charge connector snapped as I was inserting the actual cable. Still, it looks and functions great. A little superglue will fix it right up. Thanks!

What infill should this be printed at? I printed it a 0.2mm and 25%, and I broke it when I tried to snap the end of the cable in.

I printed it at 0.1mm 30% infill in Colorfab Basic Black PLA - had no issues with snapping.