The to be released Apple iWatch has now a 3D printed version

The to be released Apple iWatch has now a 3D printed version
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The waiting is over – for all those who can’t wait any longer for the supposed Apple iWatch to be released, now there’s a 3D printed option.

 

Stewart Davies, a product design from Edinburgh, created a version of this watch – you can buy it for just $9.99 or if you have a 3D printer, you can download the design for free on My Mini Factory and print it at home.

The to be released Apple iWatch has now a 3D printed versionBut beware! The design is only compatible with Apple’s 6th generation of the iPod Nano – the watch fits the iPod Nano securely, while also locking the device into the strap with a double lock system.

 

Also, this version only weighs 13 grams and it can be printed in any color you want.

The to be released Apple iWatch has now a 3D printed versionDavies recommends the product to be 3D printed with NinjaFlex flexible filament. If you print this with ABS or PLA plastic filament, the lack of flexibility will cause the strap of the watch to crack and break. Also, when printing turn off the supports and raft features as this will add unnecessary plastic or ruin the finish.

 

And that’s it, in around 60-75 minutes you can have your fake Apple iWatch – at least until Apple releases the so waited official version.

 

 

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