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Perpetual Desktop Month-Day Calendar

by oliverbogler, published

Perpetual Desktop Month-Day Calendar by oliverbogler Sep 30, 2013

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I often need to check what the month and date is during my work day. (I can remember the year :) This calendar is very simple - a holder and three rings, one for the months (1-12), one for the day 'tens' (nothing, 1, 2 or 3) and one for the day 'ones' (0-9). The rings fit in the holder from the back, and today's date appears in the window. I printed the month in a different color (orange) from the day (purple). You can have the US order month-day or the European order day-month. You change the date manually by repositioning the rings.

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I printed it on a Makerbot 2 in PLA using standard settings, no supports. The wheels could probably benefit from being printed at higher resolution to get the numbers to look cleaner.

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Why not make the 10s ring "0,1,2,3,0,1,2,3,0,1,2,3"? Or you could replace the 0s with blanks.

Very creative :-)

Can you make a version for the full date "31.12.2013"?

Hi radus - the main goal of the calendar was to help me remember the day and month part of the date as I am at work. I guess I have less trouble remembering the year :-) so I hadn't thought about doing what you suggest.

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