This is a next 3d printed case for a led clock, this version is a binary led clock.
I admire the many creations which can be found in the net, and was inspired to create a own one.
Where my other led clock was created in sketchup, this one I fully designed in openSCAD to understand an learn about the tool. I was surprised how fast I could create first results.
Well my creation is just a box, but I am anyway impressed about what could be done with imagination and coding techniques. 🙂
I hope people can find pleasure on it.
I am still working on a case for the nodemcu (esp8266). Did not yet finish it.
The clock is lighted up by 18 rgb leds, bought at aliexpress, 60 leds per meter, WS2812B, IP30 (since I put those in a case and use indoor only)
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