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This was a pet project that never quite made it to completion, but we thought we’d post it up anyhow.
In early summer of 2015, we attempted to create an open source design file that would allow people to create a unique, low-cost Apple Watch band which could be laser cut from a number of unique materials, such as: wood, acrylic, acetal, etc. We never quite perfected the design, but made it most of the way there. Maybe we’ll find our way back to eventually, but until then you can see some of the progress we made.
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