FitBit Surge - SuperWatch - Power Tower

by mnis Nov 11, 2016
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Hey leovorrias
You actually only use the tower without lever parts and base plate, or at least these parts?

The alternative base plate with holder for the additional tube is optional for experimentation, otherwise these parts are obsolete. For example, a USB Powerbank with or without an integrated flashlight can be inserted into it.

I think on the tower itself I can not really save any material. The height must be and the wall is about 1.5mm thick. A lower wall thickness can have an optically negative effect.

Some material can almost always be saved by individually adjusted settings in the slicer.

But maybe I just do not understand exactly what you want to tell me. I would be very happy if you show your tower here, and maybe you will give me a couple of clarifying words.

i made this and it works just fine with the power tower only. Just saying you could save a lot of filament.

Now someone needs to remix this one for the Fitbit Blaze!

Well let's see if someone makes such a thing for the Blaze. I do not have this fitness tracker. But maybe I get such a thing directly from FitBit as a donation, to be able to design something useful for it. Well, this will certainly not happen, I think ...

I designed and made this Surge Tower for my dear wife. She was always annoyed by the complexity to connect the surge with the charging cable. With a few explanatory words, I gave her the first really functioning tower to test. She is now very pleased with this easy-to-use thing. For my surge, I recently printed another tower. And now, we are already two happy tower users :-)