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The Full Clock
All 3D printed parts to build a clockMaker/DIY
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Everything but the electronics is 3D printed
You will need and arduino nano, a stepper motor, and a few wires and transistors, all the rest is 3d printed
The bearing can be 3d printed, or just find a 608 bearing, very common!
See this doc about printing the bearing:
Materials and methods
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- Printed on:
- Anet A8
- excellent design worked perfectly. Congratulations!
- I used an arduino pro mini and an H bridge with ULN2003, the printing was done with a resolution of 0.3 and 20% fill.
Nice job on the print
This is where I found instruction for the driver for the nano clones, also has instructions on how to get it to install, I got it to work on my mac, hope this can help: https://github.com/adrianmihalko/ch340g-ch34g-ch34x-mac-os-x-driver
This is a direct link to arduino create:
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Some Nano boards clone need a specific usb driver, I am not an expert here, but be cautious, messing around too much can totally mess out your laptop
be sure to have a good quality data usb cable too
- Printed on:
- Ultimaker - The Ultimaker 2
- Parts printed pretty good, had to do some cleanup
- Would like a bit more beginner info on how to get the Nano Board Code to work. I copied and pasted the code with the IDE software and got a bunch of errors