First, you'll need to 3D print the Pyloton case and lid, as well as a mounting bracket or wrist mounting bracelet if you want to use that version.

For bike mounting, there are a couple of options of bracket size, depending on the diameter of your handlebars

3D Printed Parts

STL files for 3D printing are oriented to print "as-is" on FDM style machines. Original design source may be downloaded using the links below.

  • clue-frame.stl
  • clue-bike-case-btns.stl
  • clue-bike-lid-tripod.stl or clue-bike-lid-5m.stl
  • clue-bike-bracket-tri-*.stl or clue-bike-bracket-m5-*.stl
    • 24mm or 31mm diameter

Slicing Parts

Supports recommended around the lanyard ears and slide switch. Slice with setting for PLA material.

The parts were sliced using CURA using the slice settings below.

  • PLA filament 210c extruder
  • 0.2 layer height
  • 10% gyroid infill
  • 60mm/s print speed
  • 70c heated bed
Supports - Place supports under the slide switch walls as shown

For full instructions on how to assemble and customize flexible watch bands, check out the wearable case guide: https://learn.adafruit.com/clue-case/3d-printing

In order to power the Pyloton, we'll need to create a switching battery extension, as shown in this excellent guide, DIY On/Off JST Switch Adapter.

This guide was first published on Feb 26, 2020. It was last updated on Feb 26, 2020.

This page (3D Printing) was last updated on Oct 15, 2021.

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