If you own a 3D printer and would like to create a new bedside clock that takes the form of the iconic Rolex. This fully functioning huge 3D printed Rolex clock might be worth downloading from Thingiverse.
The 3D printed Rolex has been created by Thingiverse user Francfalco and includes roughly 131 individual parts, that will take you over 30 hours to print out in full and requires 50 meters of 3D printer filament to create the desktop clock.
Francfalco created the huge Rolex to practice his model making skills and explains that all parts should be printed 0.1 or higher if possible and some fine tuning will be required to make parts fit.
The huge 3D printed Rolex was created using a Makerbot 2 and Ultimaker 2 and was printed using Faberdashery Bling Bling Gold, Robot Silver and Classic Black PLA.
For more information on the new huge 3D printed Rolex jump over to the Thingiverse website for details and the ability to download all the models to print on your 3D printer with the Rolex logo removed as Francfalco explains : “Sorry, but i can’t release any Rolex branded files – i may get into all sorts of trouble from Rolex legal!”
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