4-Bit Binary Wall Clock
Digits read from inside to outside 1, 2, 4 & 8 (solid nodes)
Example: Picture of clock on wall of first picture reads quarter to one (12:24).
Designed in multiple parts to fit a 140mm square bed size.
Overall clock size is 200mm diameter and 7mm deep. Hole in centre is 8mm (as per standard cheap mechanism size).
I think it looks better with differing colours for each piece. Single colour example on pic 2.
Print all three outer files and select either the inner one with my logo or the blank one.
Update May'2019 - 3no. Files added with all parts combined (for single file printing on larger 3D printers). Pick either no logo (Comb-A), my old logo (Comb-B) or my new logo (Comb-C).
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Models sizes are in millimetres.
The triangular guides / links must be glued with super-glue and held firmly in place to dry.
Glue the three outer peices together firmly and the centre peice will be a snug fit inside. Ensure all the peices are budged together with no gaps.
A standard cheap quartz clock mechanism is used (but one with a decent sized stock so the hands clear the digits - the clock is 7mm deep total).
This is a 3D printer version of other clocks i've made with circular and square binary nodes based on four bits. Each used node for the hour, groups in between hours, before connecting to the next hour (if you know what I mean).
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