Ever thought about letting the sun do the work of telling the time? Here are the nicest free 3D printed sundial designs we could find.
Inspired by the Deep Space Tourbillon of Vianney Halter, the Hawk Eye is a fully functioning, 3D printed triple-axis tourbillon. This complex horological mechanism with 70 moving parts will soon be available to download from Thingiverse.
That's no moon. That's a massive Titanium watch with several movements and a 3D printed Jupiter face. Say hello to the Hamilton ODC X-03.
Watch magazine Hodinkee and watchmaker Ressence have teamed up to create a one-off timepiece with a special 3D printed case.
Hamilton has re-introduced three versions of the Ventura, a watch design which goes back to '57, and they've incorporated some 3D prints.
Already bored of your Apple Watch's appearance? Jeremy Burnich designed a copper steampunk cover and used i.materialise to 3D print it.
Former MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis explains the design process behind his Origami Watch, rapidly prototyped with 3D printing and more.
Maker designs world's first 3D printed multiaxis tourbillon... then uploads it for free to Thingiverse. Is this the perfect weekend project for engineers?
If you've always wished to have a unique antique timepiece that works, a small company in Fort Collins, Colorado, has a 3D printed watch for you.
Belgian designers propose a new concept in watchmaking that's 3D printed, stylish, and fully recyclable. Meet the Monicker Watch.