Create a desktop Steampunk style Nixie Tube Clock. You will need to acquire a Nixie Tube Clock kit and other misc hardware to assemble this clock.
Quantity 1: 3D Print of Nixie_Tube_Front.STL
Alternate: Nixie_Tube Front_lower_resolution.STL (this is a smaller file but some detail is lost during printing)
Quantity 1: 3D Print of Nixie_Tube_Back.STL
Quantity 2: 3D Print of Nixie_Tube_Button M2.STL or Nixie_Tube_Button M1.STL or Nixie_Tube_Button_No_Gear.STL
Select from the three Nixie_Tube_Buttons depending which size screw you intend to use to install on the back of the clock. M1x3mm or M2x5mm screws. You can also just print the button with no gear on it.
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