Foxie Clock - Edge-lit RGB LED acrylic Arduino clock kit (www.foxieclock.com)

Hi everybody,

Wanted to share my completed project with you all… a fully open source, retro, RGB edge-lit clock for everyone that I use my Glowforge to manufacture. The digits (acrylic) and case lids (various woods and black acrylic) are all laser cut with this fantastic machine.

It was featured yesterday on hackaday (https://hackaday.com/2020/02/18/foxie-clock-works-in-two-ways/) and hackster (https://www.hackster.io/news/the-foxie-clock-is-a-retro-looking-edge-lit-clock-328371a775ec), which I’m pretty happy about!

I’m selling the kits on Tindie (www.foxieclock.com) for anyone interested.

Thanks for looking!




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You should post a pic in your article so I know if I want to be subjected to leaving the forum.

OK so I went to look. Not bad, and your price for a kit is really reasonable. Good luck!

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Sorry about missing that in the first post, I didn’t immediately see how to add images :slight_smile: … they should be there now. Thanks for looking!

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That’s great. I have been wanting to do something like this and the Lixie clock but I have way more wants than I do time. Nice work.

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What a clever idea!

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Any chance of adding an option to just purchase the populated board for those of us with both a GF and a 3D printer?

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Really nice! Unfortunately for me, I’m banned from buying any more clocks.

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Welcome to the community, that’s quite the breakout project! :sunglasses:

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Stoli, I do have an option for no-3d-printed-parts currently. I’ll add an option for no laser cut parts for you, will save about $10 :slight_smile:

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Welcome, great way to start.