The final product shown in Tinkercad
A blown up view of the product
I found that often, fidget cubes would be a bulk in one's pocket, or teachers wouldn't allow them in testing, so I figured I would come up with a way to make them more portable and easier to use.
What it does
There are 4 separate components, a d20, a gear, and a switch, all sitting on a pole that can be shifted back and forth.
How I built it
I went into Tinkercad and spliced together multiple shapes in order to create a working fidget watch.
Challenges I ran into
Time was a big problem, especially since there was another group that required using the 3D printer.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Managing to complete my first 3D project, along with the fact it ran smoothly.
What I learned
If I breath, everything will be fine, I just need to give it time.
What's next for Fidget Watch
I plan on refining it and creating an interlocking band system.