Binary Counter

binary counter

Description of the model

In addition to the decimal system used in everyday life, other value systems are introduced in school. The binary system plays a major role not only in mathematics, but also in computer science. The binary counter is intended to playfully teach how to count upwards in this number system.
It can be mounted on an M3 threaded rod with matching lock nuts that prevent it from slipping.
The functionality can be viewed at the following link:

Printing instructions and tips

The printing of the number cards should be done on the open side, because this way the alignment of the font is optimal. The standard numbers can be painted with acrylic paint for a better contrast. Filling 100%, support structure not required.
The tilt tiles can be printed lying.



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  • Rotate with the left mouse button.
  • Zoom with the scroll button.
  • Adjust camera position with the right mouse button.
  • Double-click to enter the fullscreen mode.
  • On mobile devices swipe to rotate.
  • On mobile devices pinch two fingers together or apart to adjust zoom.
  • On mobile devices 3 finger horizontal swipe performs panning.

Additional Models

  • binary_part2.stl
  • binary_part1.stl
  • binary_ueb.stl