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September 8, 2014 AT 1:39 pm

DIY Degen Sun Spinner #nyfw @DegenNYC

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DIY Degen Sun Spinner


Friend of Adafruit and Anamanaguchi bassist James DeVito has made this spinning sun installation as part of Degen‘s New York fashion week beachy presentation.

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From James:

“The Degen Sun Spinner uses 3D printed ABS fittings to attach large cardboard sun cutouts to the shaft of a 12V motor. Parts were designed in Rhinoceros and printed on a Printrbot Simple Metal with heated bed mod. An Adafruit Motorshield was used to drive the motors and spin them in opposite directions.”

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Check out more pictures and clothing from the designer, and also don’t forget about last year’s incredible LED Rainbow installation, and LED clothing from Degen as well.


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