Brian asked if I could design and make a 3D printed case to go with his clock. I naturally obliged! Check out the results in the video in the gallery.
The BLough Alarm Clock (BAC) kit available on Tindie, by Brian Lough https://www.tindie.com/products/brianlough/blough-alarm-clock-shield-for-wemos-d1-mini/.
bac_3dcase_hole_v1_0.stl has the hole so the 7 segment display is visible.
bac_3dcase_faceless_v1_0.stl has NO hole, but should have about 2 layers of plastic on the "face" which will allow the LED segment display to shine through - as if by magic...!!
Print face down on a smooth clean bed. No supports are needed. Ideally 0.15mm or lower for the faceless version so you get 2 layers over the 7 segment display.
To fit the clock, line up the buttons and LDR to the holes in the top. This should slot the clock towards the top of the case, then just drop the bottom, and then push at the bottom to clip it over the lip and snap it into place.
To remove the clock Pull the case apart by pulling mostly on the bottom of the case while holding the top. The clock should slide away from the bottom retaining lip and then fall out. Only a small pull of the case should release the clock, and it won't deform it.