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.
If you’re at all familiar with the C3Jr (which you should be given you’re reading the WyoLum blog..;-), then you may know about it’s larger sibling the Chronogram2. Originally offered as part of the Kickstarter campaign, it’s two C3Jr’s combined to tell time minute by minute in glorious fashion. Here’s how to put one together (see attached PDF)!
Thanks to everyone who helped us get the “Word” out, wordclock that is. Our Kickstarter project exceeded all of our expectations by an order of magnitude.
In order to prepare for builder questions, David Pincus set up a forum: http://forum.wyolum.com. Please sign up and post a question or answer one.
The ClockTHREEjr has illustrated the viability of the WyoLum model. The following is from our original homepage.
WyoLum is a partnership of Open Source enthusiasts collaborating on cool products.
We want to take DoItYourself to the next level of efficiency by creating a collaboration platform where guerrilla engineering-and-design teams can emerge for the duration of a project, solve a problem, disband and move on to the next project with the main goal of having fun in learning and developing as many cool and interesting projects as we can.