Lada to the rescue!!

Something else I’ve been working on for a while, in collaboration with another far more talented hobbyist (Grahame Marsh – www.sgitheach.org.uk) are Open Source CRT clocks and a CRT Tester. When confronted with the job of making a nice case for the CRT Tester, it occurred to me to use the wonderful Lada idea from Justin (http://wyolum.com/lada-a-custom-project-box-system/). Grahame, took the idea further and tweaked the Lada to integrate PCB holding and case construction in one piece! Hence the following gadget became a reality…

For more details of the Lada modifications or if you’re interested in an Open Source CRT tester, or even a Scope Clock then check out Grahame’s website or feel free to contact me for more information!

Cheers,

Nick

C3Jr 3D Printed Stand

It’s been a while….

Having played with 3D printers for a bit now, I thought it would be a good idea to elevate my C3Jr clock a little and make a stand for it. I recently put together a Prusa i3 MK2 printer from a kit, and it’s Open Source at its best! To break it in, I used it to make the stand! This would help with not only keeping the clock more secure (if it’s a desktop clock) but also add a little flair to the C3Jr. It’s nothing too fancy, but I think it turned out OK. The print was a 50% honeycomb infill to give it some strength and the STL file will be available on our GitHub in the usual place. Enjoy! Any questions, then shoot us an email.