Harry Potter Time Turner

by ChrisF3D, published

Harry Potter Time Turner by ChrisF3D Apr 25, 2016
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My take on the Harry Potter time turner! Prints in one piece with no support needed!
So far I've only printed this in PLA at 0.3mm layer, 0.6mm shell, 25% infill and took 45 mins to complete

UPDATE 19/03/17: From the comments, it's clear there have been some problems printing the base and making it spin so I have had a redesign! Flat bottom and smaller rounds on the base + bigger clearance and easier to print ends... hopefully! {Harrypottertimetunerv2}
EDIT: For some reason, my CAD software exports the STL in a different orientation to what it was made in. The STL file download will need to be placed with the larger surface on the base in which ever slicer software you use. NOT AS IT APPEARS IN THE PREVIEW.
EDIT Found a way to Re-orientate the STL file and have uploaded as "HPTimetunerV2ReOrientated"

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The bottom of the inner piece does not print well: it is either floating in the air i.e. unprintable - or ruined by support structures. The outer knobs are difficulte to print because of the small adhesion surface.
But it rotates nicely!

Finally got around to redesigning it all for better printing now :)

Mine would not spin either, used thumb pin to gradually clear but took a long time. Imported to Tinker Cad and made middle slightly larger than inner and the outer slight larger than the middle. I didnt do it perfectly but printed and was much easier to release the moving parts

Needs changing, or support needs adding. The bottom looks like crap :/

You know what? I tell you a secret: Rotate it 180 degrees :D

I printed it like you and it's crap, but check your top layer - it's flat :D

The center can´t move? cause i made one and i broked haha. So i don´t know if was me or the design are not able to move from the center.