I recently purchased (dxf) plans for Clayton Boyer’s Number Six clock (http://www.lisaboyer.com/Claytonsite/Claytonsite1.htm) and used my TAZ4 to print it in various colors (ABS). I sent pictures to Clayton who posted it on flicker. 3DPrint.com picked up on it and included it in this article: http://3dprint.com/49490/daylight-saving-time-2015-clocks/. It took me several weeks (nights and weekends) to print all the parts. I had to print the frame front and back in 2 pieces each because they were too big to print on the TAZ4. I designed and printed a joiner for them with heat inserts and joined them with SHCS. The pendulum rod was also printed in 4 pieces and joined with 2" sections of 18" rod at the joints. The big gears are about 8" in diameter but printed very cleanly on the TAZ, no warping, and not much cleanup, and even though they took 7-8 hours to print I think it was much faster and a lot less work than cutting them out of wood with a scrollsaw and sanding all the gear teeth. I had some warping on the frame/pendulum parts even though I printed on PEI with an (non heated) enclosure around the TAZ. Clayton has a lot of neat projects on his site above which I think would be 3D printable, some easier than others. Pretty fun stuff if you’re looking for something to make with you’re TAZ.