Design of an antique clock with Roman numerals using Autodesk Fusion 360 software, didactic model to be used in the 3D printer or made with other materials, is presented a step-by-step guide to the manufacture of the main body of the watch, as well as some details to give a better finish, It was designed in such a way that is simple and pleasing to the eye of people.
The design was done step by step in case it is necessary to make some modification, since it depends on each person the taste of the finishes of the watch.
Design of an antique clock with Roman numerals and use Fusion 360 that can serve as a learning and fun method, encourage design ideas and use different materials for its construction. It can be made with wood or directly by printing on a 3D printer.
To facilitate the use of Fusion 360 software, a glossary of hotkeys is shown below:
"L" Generate lines.
"T" Delete lines.
"M" Allows you to move and copy.
"C" Generates a circle of a given diameter.
"E" Allows to generate solid.
"D" Displays dimensions.
Step 1: Watch Base
- Generate a rectangle of 400x40 millimeters (keyboard command 'e').
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- Use the extrude function and give a value of 12 millimeters (keyboard command 'e').
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- Let's work on the top layer of the generated rectangle, first create a rectangle of 15x40 millimeters.
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- In the generated rectangle, internally draw 2 rectangles of 15x16.5 millimeters.
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- Create a rectangle of 40x7 millimeters.
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- Create a rectangle of 40x20 millimeters.
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- Let's draw two lines from corner to corner in the rectangle created in the previous step, which has a measurement of 15x16.5 millimeters (keyboard command 'l').
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- Proceed to use the 3-PointArc command.
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- Remove the lines that are not required (keyboard command 't').
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- Two rectangles of 20x15.5 millimeters are created using the center of the previously generated rectangle.
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- The command 3-PointArc is used in the rectangles that remained to give a detail to the clock.
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- Select with extrude the points where the Arc command was used and cut it giving a distance of -12 millimeters.
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- Give a distance of 4 millimeters of distance with respect to our last marked distance.
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- Create two rectangles external to our base (this will be to create two more details for the watch), will be given a measurement of 40x24 millimeters.
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- Make several marks using rectangles, in this case first have a rectangle of 6x24 millimeters.
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- Now create another rectangle of 20x24 millimeters. And then another rectangle of 6x24 millimeters will be taken.
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- Since the two rectangles generated of 40x24 millimeters are the same detail, the same marks are made. Having all the marks, make the main marks for the details, in this case work on the last rectangle that corresponds to 8x24 millimeters, first we will make four rectangles of 8x9 millimeters.
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- Perform the end-to-end lines in the four generated squares (screen command "l").
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- Use the command 3-PointArc in the four generated squares.
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- Delete the remaining lines that will not be used (keyboard command 't').
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- Create rectangles for the last detail of 20x5 millimeters.
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- Use the command 3-PointArc taking the external points and the center of the last rectangles generated
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- Eliminate any extra lines that are not required (keyboard command 't').
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- Using the extrude command, select the two created shapes, as in this case was created in the upper face had to realize a distance of -12 millimeters and later it was returned to take the upper face, but in this case a Cut of -6 millimeters.
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- Have the first part that corresponds to details made in the base of the watch.
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Step 2: Make the First Part of the Base
- Mark a line of the center of 6 millimeters in the last figure created (keyboard command 'l').
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- Taking the end of the line create a rectangle of 40x12 mm.
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- Generate two rectangles of 15x12 millimeters.
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- Taking the center of the inner rectangle draw a line at 90 degrees with a distance of 6 millimeters.
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- Taking the end of the drawn line we create a rectangle of 12x33 millimeters.
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- Select the rectangle shown in the image and use the command extrude ('e') at a distance of 70 millimeters.
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- Select the other rectangle marked in the figure with the command extrude ('e') and give a distance of 51 millimeters.
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- Now work on one of the faces to mark details.
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- Make two rectangles of 12x30 millimeters ('r').
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- Select the second rectangle generated and with the command extrude ('e') make a cut of -5 millimeters.
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- Now work on another side of our figure.
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- First make a rectangle of 51x11 millimeters, later a rectangle of 51x4 millimeters, and finally a rectangle of 51x9 millimeters.
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- Two internal rectangles are generated to the rectangle of 51x9 millimeters, 4x9 millimeters and 40x9 millimeters, this to use the command Spline and to give a more striking finish to have to select the points simply the corners are selected.
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- In the final point the command 3-PointArc is used to be able to have a more closed curve and a better finish.
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- Eliminate any line that is not required, use the command extrude ('e') as a cutter and give a distance of -12 millimeters.
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- Change our face of work.
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- Create two rectangles of 6x4.5 millimeters in each corner and create a circle (keyboard command 'c') of 3 millimeters in diameter.
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- Eliminate lines that are no longer required (keyboard command 't') and use the extrude function in the two circles created giving a cut of -5 millimeters.
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Step 3: Generate the Details at the Other End of the Watch Base.
- First draw a rectangle of 40x30 millimeters, later a rectangle of 40x7 millimeters and finally one of 40x74 millimeters.
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- For the details first work in the rectangle of 40x74 millimeters, for it taking from the center two rectangles of 14.5x74 millimeters.
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- In the rectangle of 40x38 millimeters is taken from the center two rectangles of 3.5x38 millimeters.
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- Use the command 3-PointArc in the rectangles generated internally to the rectangle of 40x74 millimeters.
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- For the rectangle of 40x38 millimeters, proceed to make a cut through another rectangle ('r') of 40x12 millimeters and draw 2 lines of the ends as shown in the figure.
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- Use the spline command.
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- Delete any line that is not necessary (keyboard command 'l').
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- A line of 41 millimeters of distance is drawn from the center and end of the base, this is to generate the circles where the clock is to be placed. Proceed by drawing a circle with a diameter of 6 millimeters and a circle of 3 millimeters, the circle of 6 millimeters serves to easily introduce the screw and 3 millimeters to be attached. Then take a distance of 6 millimeters from the large circle to create another circle at the end of the line 4 millimeters in diameter.
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- The pieces to be trimmed with the extrude command are selected, in this case where spline commands were used, circles of 6 and 3 millimeters in diameter, cutting a distance of -12 millimeters. For the circle of 4 millimeters in diameter is added a distance of 70 millimeters.
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Step 4: Make the Second Part That Is Attached to the Base and Serves to Support the Clock.
- Create a rectangle of 40x7 millimeters, then create a rectangle of 40x12 millimeters and from the center of the last rectangle created draw a line of 15 millimeters to be able to take the end of the line and generate a rectangle of 30x12 millimeters. Select the rectangle of 30x12 millimeters with the command extrude and give in generating a distance of 70 millimeters.
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- Select one of the faces to work on it.
- Create a rectangle of 10x30 millimeters at the top and this is divided internally into 3 squares of 10x10 millimeters. Now draw a rectangle of 6x30 millimeters and taking the center of this rectangle draw 2 rectangles of 20x10 millimeters.
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- Use the extrude command to cut the square located in the center giving a distance of -12 millimeters, later select the largest rectangle to create by means of extrude a distance of 40 millimeters.
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- Select another face to work, create a rectangle of 8x10 millimeters, and draw a line from end to end. Select the triangle that was left with the extrude command and cut a distance of -20 millimeters.
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- Use the Chamfer command and select the lines as shown in the images, giving a distance of 6 millimeters.
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- Select the face in which we started to work to create the circles where the second base of the clock is mounted, in this case the same steps are followed by creating a rectangle at the corners of 6x4.5 millimeters and a circle of 3 millimeters Of diameter, then of an extrude as a cutter and given a distance of -5 millimeters.
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- Select the element of our main base, to mark circles that are to support the 3 gears to be placed. For this take the center of the two supports and draw a line of 44 millimeters, would lack a support, for this we must draw a rectangle of 9x89 millimeters as shown in the figure. Having the location, proceed to generate the 3 circles with 3 millimeters in diameter and with extrude it is given a depth of -3 millimeters.
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Step 5: First Gear
- New component.
- Create a rectangle of 31x31 millimeters and from the end create a circle of 62 millimeters in diameter. Using the extrude function on the circle give you in creating 8 mm.
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- Select a face of the generated circle, create an inner circle of 19 millimeters in diameter and with the extrude command add a distance of 4 millimeters. Now select the circle of 19 millimeters in diameter to create on it two circles of 14 and 10 millimeters in diameter. Select with extrude the circle of 10 millimeters of diameter and add a distance of 20 millimeters.
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- Let's use the Left command, for this select the top of the circle of 10 millimeters in diameter and then select the circle of 14 millimeters in diameter. (Check that the Join option is selected)
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- Work on the circle of 10 millimeters in diameter, on it create a circle of 12 millimeters in diameter and another of 7 millimeters in diameter. Then with the command line ('l') make cuts every 60 degrees.
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- Draw two lines at 5 degrees from the lines created every 60 degrees to the circle of 7 millimeters in diameter and then draw the lines to the circle of 12 millimeters in diameter but these must be parallel to the 60 degree lines.
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- Delete any traces that will no longer be used (keyboard command 't'), select the rectangles generated with the command extrude ('e') and mark a distance of 14 millimeters, then select the circle of 7 mm in diameter with the extrude command and generate a distance of 21 mm.
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- Create in the upper part a circle of 2 millimeters in diameter, with the extrude command generate a distance of 4 millimeters.
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- Change the working face, first create a circle of 13 millimeters in diameter and by means of the tool extrude ('e') give a distance of 1 millimeter. Now create another circle of 2 millimeters in diameter and again use extrude giving now a distance of 3 millimeters.
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- Make a circle of 55 millimeters in diameter and use the command line ('l') to generate the following lines with an angle of 21.2 ° and in each intersection between the linear and the circle that was created we must create circles of 2 millimeters Of diameter and finally select all the circles generated with the command extrude and give to generate a distance of 5 millimeters.
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Step 6: Gear Assembly 2
A square of 36.5 millimeters is created and at one end of the square a circle of 73 millimeters in diameter is created. An inner circle of 63 millimeters in diameter was created.The following line strokes were performed in each selected grade:
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- The lines that will not be used ('t') are deleted, the lines of the fourth column must be left, since this marks the center between the other angles and using the spline command will make the joints of the tips At each fixed point. Finally use the extrude command on the resulting figure giving a distance of 8 millimeters.
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- Select a face and create a circle of 19 millimeters in diameter and with extrude ('e') give a distance of 4 millimeters. Then create a circle of 11 millimeters and a circle of 14 millimeters in diameter, use the extrude function in the smallest and give a distance of 20 millimeters. Again use the Left function by first selecting the top that corresponds to the circle of 11 mm in diameter and then the 14 mm in diameter.
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- At the top create a circle of 9 millimeters in diameter and a circle of 12.5 millimeters in diameter. Now draw lines approximately 51.4285714 °, and consider other lines adding and subtracting 5 degrees in the same way that was generated in the assembly of gear 1. Finally select the generated rectangles and with the extrude command give a distance of 14 millimeters and the circle of 9 millimeters in diameter is given a distance of 19 millimeters.
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- At the top create a circle of 2 millimeters in diameter and by means of the extrude command give a distance of 4 millimeters.
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- Now we are going to work on the other side of the gear, for this create a circle of 13 millimeters in diameter, use extrude to create a distance of 12 millimeters (in our case by the axes was -12 millimeters). Create a circle of 2 millimeters and again use the extrude function giving a distance of 4 millimeters.
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Step 7: Move
Use the move command ('m') to accommodate the pieces.
Step 8: Gear Assembly 3
- First create a rectangle of 41.5x41.5 millimeters and later with the command circle ('c') create a circle of diameter 83 millimeters. The strokes shown in the images must be done with the command line and using the following table to know the angle that corresponds to each line. Then use the command 3-PointArc, select the contour of the mesh obtained and by means of the command extrude ('e') we generate a distance of 9 millimeters.
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- Draw a circle ('c') with 28 millimeters in diameter, draw lines every 30 ° and draw another line at 5 degrees less than the lines drawn in multiples of 30. Then draw a circle of 25 millimeters in diameter. Using the 3-PointArc command make joints, this part is important as it is the system that allows the advance of the clock in one direction. Finally remove any unwanted line ('t') and use the extrude ('e') command to generate a distance of 9 millimeters.
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- New intermediate component for the gear unit
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- Create a component that must carry a spring for the rebound and you can adapt a rod or some round object for its slip. First generate a circle of 5 millimeters in diameter (each one can make the decision of its location). Draw 2 lines, one from the center of the circle to one corner and the other is approximately tangent to the circle and leading to a corner of the mesh generated at the previous point (check image). With the extrude command give a distance of 7 millimeters, then again select the point where we gave extrude and give a distance of 2 millimeters to cut. Now proceed to make a circle of 2 millimeters in diameter, use extrude and give in cutting a distance of -9 millimeters.
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- Create a circle of 61 millimeters in diameter, use the extrude command and generate a distance of 4 millimeters. Select the upper part of the circle and again create another circle of 48 millimeters in diameter and with the extrude we generate a distance of 6 millimeters. Now select the upper circle and create a circle of 61 millimeters in diameter, by means of extrude generate a distance of 4 millimeters.
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- Use the command fillet ('f') on the edges of the circle of 48 millimeters in diameter and give a radius of 3 millimeters to the fillet.
- Finally, on our last component made, create a circle of 11 millimeters and with extrude give a distance of 22 millimeters. Then, generate a circle of 2 millimeters in diameter and with extrude give a distance of 5 millimeters.
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- Now let’s work the other side of the main gear, for this create a circle of 21 millimeters in diameter and with the command extrude ('e') we generate a distance of 14 millimeters, then generate on this component a circle of 11 millimeters Of diameter and select with the extrude giving a distance of 14 millimeters. Having all of this draw a circle of 10 millimeters in diameter, draw 4 lines every 90 degrees and over the intersection of the circle and the lines draw four circles of 2 millimeters in diameter. Select the 4 circles created and by means of extrude ('e') give a distance of 10 millimeters.
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Step 9: Second Base
- Now create our second base corresponding to component 5.
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- Take the height of the first base to have a point of reference and to facilitate our work. For this simply draw a rectangle ('r') of 30x214 millimeters and by means of extrude give a distance of 12 millimeters.
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- Make a hole because the rectangle intercepts one of our components, for this simply select the circle drawn in the component of the gear 3, with the extrude we extend a distance of approximately 15 millimeters to make the cut since the component Must be free for its proper operation, this is an important component since it will be connected to the main gear of the watch.
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- Extrude the faces of our rectangle by marking a distance of 3 millimeters, then with the the rectangle command ('r') we mark cuts to facilitate the handling, to extend the distance of our second base until it can couple To the first base, where it is going to be fixed with four screws. The distance extending downwardly by means of extrusion is 10 millimeters.
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- As was done in component 1 of the first base, we will perform the same sequence of drawing rectangles ('r') of 6x4.5 millimeters and then a circle of 3 millimeters in diameter in the corner. This should be done on both sides of our component. It is necessary to give a extrude with a distance of 3 millimeters, with this we arrive at the hole of the first base, and we are only 4 bolts to join the first and the second base.
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- Select the faces of the ends and with the extrude it generates a distance of 23 millimeters.
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- Work on the top of the second base, for this create a rectangle of 30x15 millimeters, then one of 30x11 millimeters and another one of 30x27 millimeters of the two ends of the base, this is to create details that will have our second base And a better view.
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- Create 2 rectangles from the center to an end of 3.5x15 millimeters which gives us a rectangle of 7x15 millimeters, then draw a line in each box of the sides, this is to later use the command 3-PointArc.
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- Let's go to the rectangle of 27 millimeters, we must create internally two rectangles of 5x27 millimeters and later use the command 3-PointArc. Finally do the same at the other end, select our cuts that will do with the extrude and give a distance of -12 millimeters.
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- Draw a line from the center of the axis of our component corresponding to the gear 3, with a distance of 45 millimeters, at the end of the line use center to create a circle of 160 millimeters and another circle of 95 millimeters, select the circle Generated and give a 3 mm extrude. Then in the center create a circle of 5 millimeters in diameter and by means of extrude ('e') extend 1 millimeter.
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Step 10: Gear Assembly 4
- Create a new component
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- Select the last circle generated, and on it create another circle of 82 millimeters in diameter and make the following divisions marked by the command line ('l'), then draw a circle with a diameter of 72 millimeters and by means of 3-PointArc we make the joints to create the displacement gear. It is extruded a distance of 4 millimeters.
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- Taking the center of the gear, create a circle of 10 millimeters in diameter and with extrude give a distance of 8 millimeters, now must be made the hour indicator, in this case it is to each one's preference how to design. For this case a circle of 15 millimeters in diameter and a rectangle of 15x45 millimeters in diameter is used, finally details are made with 3-PointArc and other strokes as shown in the image.
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Step 11: Let’s Work in Details
I create a support for the displacement rod, for this we create a rectangle of 10x4 millimeters and in the corner we put a circle of 4 millimeters in diameter, then use the extrude command on the circle and giving a distance of 6 millimeters. Then we create a square on the circle of 4 millimeters per side, again we use the extrude command giving a distance of 8 millimeters. I take a base of the generated rectangle and on it and mark a rectangle of 4x2 millimeters for which in the corner we mark a circle of 3 millimeters in diameter and make a cut of -4 millimeters with the command extrude.(Image S11_01_01, S11_01_02, S11_01_03, S11_01_04, S11_01_05, S11_01_06, S11_01_07, S11_01_08 and S11_01_09)
Select component 5 and make a cut of -3 millimeters with extrude.(Image S11_02_01 and S11_02_02)
Step 12: Displacement Rod
- New component.
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- I made a circle with 3 millimeters in diameter and using the extrude function, I gave a distance of 147 millimeters. Then draw a line to 58 millimeters and at the end of this draw a rectangle of 12x8 millimeters. After the rectangle I draw a line of 41 millimeters and a rectangle of 12x8 millimeters. Selected the 2 rectangles created and by the extrude command we give a distance of 1 millimeter.
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Step 13: Rocker
- New component
- I draw a rectangle of 140x21 millimeters, in each corner made the following strokes: rectangle of 40x21 millimeters, rectangle of 10x21 millimeters, rectangle of 40x9 millimeters. Having these strokes used the command 3-Point Arc and later we draw a rectangle of 40x8 millimeters.
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- I made square marks of 2 millimeters per side, this part is where weights are hung to balance the clock, again we use the 3-Point Arc command and we eliminate ('t') those lines that we do not need. Then use the extrude command on the generated figure with 6 millimeters of distance.
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- Proceed to one of the faces of our generated piece, to create a hole where it will pass through our sliding rod. Create a rectangle of 3x25 millimeters, now in the corner of this created a circle of 3 millimeters in diameter. With the extrude command cut a distance of -10 millimeters.
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Step 14: Weights.
- New component
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- Generate the weights to balance the watch. First create a square of 16 millimeters per side and with extrude we give a height of 12 millimeters.
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- Draw 2 rectangles in the top of 16x4 millimeters and in the part of the center we generate two circles with a diameter of 2.5 millimeters and we give them a height of 5 millimeters. Change the axis of work to make a circle of 1.5 millimeters in diameter, which will make a cut in the circle of 2.5 in diameter, this is to be able to insert a thread or another element to hang the weights.
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- Move the piece to its corresponding place and duplicate the piece
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Step 15: Details
- Used extrude in the rod adding a distance of 10 millimeters.
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- Select the gear body 1 and extend the teeth of the smaller gear to make contact with the gear body 2. Giving a distance of 20 millimeters.
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- Let's try some details, which are displayed in the images. These are details like a spring and give a better finish to the screw holes.
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Step 16: The Roman Numerals
To dial the numbers, in our case are Roman numerals and is taken into account as were the clocks formerly. For the design I simply take into account 4 important numbers, each 90 degrees corresponding to the numbers 3, 6, 9 and 12. Following the steps of the images can see the realization of each of the numbers, you can change it to your liking
Step 17: Send to Print
Step 18: Wood Parts
If you do not have 3D printer, you can make with wood or the material that you think I leave pictures where it was made in wood