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
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-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
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
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.