Watch this guy assemble an awesome 3D-printed Tourbillon watch
Swiss engineer Cristoph Laimer used a 3D printer to reproduce the mechanism of a Tourbillon watch on a considerably larger scale. In the video, he shows the whole process of fitting more than 60 parts in this intricate device and it’s absolutely mesmerizing.
Almost all the parts were printed in a Ultimaker 2, with the exception of the screws and pins. To develop the pieces, Laimer used the the Autodesk Fusion 360 software and provided the project for free on Thingiverse for anyone who would like to try to make their own watch at home.