Bre Pettis

It's MakerBot Time - Watch

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Bre Pettis
It's MakerBot Time - Watch by bre May 3, 2009
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I made this watch because even though i don't need a watch to tell time, I do need one to show people how awesome 3D printing is.


Print, find some velcro to make a wristband and then flaunt.

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Hello! I have just published a watch, and now I found yours. I thought the same thing. But my watch is broken ;-)

awesome and it's correct two times a day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I made mine with clear ABS and before it cooled, I popped it off and molded it around a large spool of packing tape to get it to curve somewhat.

Nice. I'm liking the mysterious black makerbot in the last pic.

oh, you mean Martha Vader? ;)

Gorgeous paint job, too. I love how there's a picture of a great big bag of printed pulley idlers in the background. It really is a desktop factory.

Great conversation piece. 8-)