In case you ever needed a truly huge divers watch desk clock -
your wishes are answered!
Nevertheless, this small endeavor is not for the faint hearted!
131 person components (or thereabouts).
30 hours printing time - approx @ 0.2mm
50 metres of filament @ 3mm dia.
400g weight (approx)
This job will demand version making a lot and abilities of patients
Ideally, all parts ought to be printed at 0.1 or higher if possible and some fine tuning will be needed to get parts fit.
Printed on the MB Representative 2 and Ultimaker 2
Printed with Robot Silver Faberdashery Bling Bling Gold and Classic Black PLA.
Assembly instructions and completely comprehensive printing spec included.
I've had a few requests for the face to be printable level on the bed. You will not get the maximum resolution in that orientation but I have added a new .stl to the list: Face_dial_MB flat.stl
I've spilt the 'Back thread' file into two person files:
Simpler to print as two individual components - the preceding file had one thread ring not on the bed - sorry about that!
Added v2 variation of the primary body. Divide into 2 files:
Easier geometry - a few users were having slicer, printer problems.
Added v2 variations of the bracelet files:
Optimised organization to fit onto smaller construct beds.
Added a new 'Main clasp' (without support) file.
To use with your slicer support settings
Replaced Bracelet_internal_links_v2 with a fresh file:
Bracelet_internal_links_v3 - some of the links were not aligned to the floor (just an issue is slitting higher than 0.2mm)
Added a clean face dial: Face_dial_Blank.stl. Add your own branding
Completely comprehensive directions contained with the 'Thing files':