My RTC works with the 5V and there are tons of 5V pins
You can refer to the comments of the code, cheersArduino Mega: SDA pin -> Arduino Digital 20 (SDA) or the dedicated SDA pin SCL pin -> Arduino Digital 21 (SCL) or the dedicated SCL pin
Oh, when my project is out, my entire desk is filled too. I just have a habit of clearing everything daily into boxes so I that can do my day job.
I've updated the print instructions, the only STL'd you'll need to worry about are the faces and segments. Just orient these to the bottom of the build plate on the Prusa in PrusaSlicer. The other STL's can be oriented depending on what would get you the best results for your setup.
The source code is available on Step 7
Thanks for waiting JeremyK80, I appreciate the feedback
The end piece in the pictures was just a test piece to hold the clock during debugging and not part of the clock. I've updated the print files to include the missing back file.
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Thanks! You can hear the sound of the servos in the background of the video. To be honest it is noisy, you will notice the sound in your living room. If we set it to clock mode you'll only hear the sound every minute. You can also modify the code to transition the segments slower to make the sound as quiet as possible. Using more expensive servos could also improve the result.
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