This amazing watch has been designed in Autodesk Fusion 360 programme and brought to life with Ultimaker 2 3D printer. All the small parts have been 3d printed to get functional and mechanical creation.

Nevertheless, a watch has a deviation, which is about 0.5 seconds per minute (only!). The cause of such issue is 3D printed plastic elements.

Via Cristoph Laimer:

This is a mechanical watch with tourbillon and going barrel. The watch has a Swiss lever escapement, embedded in the tourbillon. It is driven by a 3d-printed spring, and runs 35 Minutes (a wire retraction spring made from steel would perform better). My watch is running with less than 0.5 Seconds deviation within one Minute.

A process of assembling is in the video below.Check out and get inspired!

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