Taking and Making Time with Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi’s 3D Printed Clocks

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Doodle Clock Clocks are a recurring theme in the work of India-born and Beijing-based architect and designer Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi. His previous forays into clockmaking have included The Torlo, a clock with a simple oscillating motor and The Doodle Clock, a machine which repeatedly writes and erases the time on a board, legibly albeit in handwriting reminiscent of a young child. The time pieces are all 3D printed efforts to question the ways in which measures of time can be conveyed and explore unique methods for mechanizing the measurements themselves. The Edgytokei pushes that envelope yet again. For the 3D printed clock, posted on Hackaday, Kalsi drew inspiration from Japan, hence the incorporation of the Japanese word for clock, “tokei”, into the name of the piece. The two arms of the clock revolve around each other and each throws the other into place, somewhat akin to the traditional Japanese weapon,

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Source: 3dprint.com:   Taking and Making Time with Ekaggrat Singh Kalsi’s 3D Printed Clocks