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    Default Clocks charge batteries

    I was shown its super easy to make a clock charge batteries. One person made a youtube video of a hand crank dynamo generator they made with a 3d printer that can operate at any rpm they choose and can easily be put on a wind up clock. I hope someone will help me with this project. I am having to spend hours a day standing beside a plug waiting for my phone to charge and if i leave the city i have to go without a Cell phone completely if i run out of batteries. I hope someone will help i have full details i just need soneone good with a 3d printer.
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    Umm... solar, for part of the year.
    "When you leave the city..." in a motor vehicle? Hmmm... wonder if there are some charging options for a car or truck. Or snow machine or 4-wheeler.

    If you're behind a pack of dogs, check out wind-driven generators.

    If you think you're bored watching electrons stream into your phone (which they won't do, of course, without your personal, direct supervision) then wait 'til you watch a 3-D printer make stuff. (Even slower forming will be the line of folks queueing up to "help" you with this Quixotic quest.

    Oh, and better fire up that candle-powered CAD system, too.

    Chip


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