Time Machine - Clock Design in Fusion 360

Time Machine - Clock Design in Fusion 360

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Description

Time-Machine is an unorthodox three dimensional time-telling instrument. Its cylindrical void replaces the conventional clock’s central axis and associated hands. Each hour is represented by a single segment in a twelve-segment ring-of-lights that progress from one to twelve lighted segments every twelve hours. Twelve wings successively rotate 180 degrees to denote five-minute periods while alternating the instrument’s face between dark and light each hour. These five-minute, one-hour and half-day transformations create visual and visceral reminders of the passage of time, analogous to each day’s cycling between light and dark.

Designed in and fabricated with Fusion360, 25 clocks were made, each with over 40 components:

  • Exterior of the clock was CNCed in aluminum and anodized black
  • The clock sits on a Limestone base that was cut with a Waterjet
  • The internal gears were 3Dprinted
  • The electronics were layed out in Autodesk Circuits

Time Machine has won two Spark design awards for its concept in 2016 : Spark! Award in Prototyping , and Silver in overall concept design

This project was a collaboration between Autodesk and Lunar Design:

  • Autodesk: Carl Bass -Project Lead, Lucas Prokopiak -Design Engineer, Arthur Harsuvanakit -Designer
  • Lunar: Jeff Smith -Designer, Gerard Furbershaw -Designer

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