The remix will not be a simple print though, since it requires a good deal of knowledge of Cura, but I hope to be able to make something of a guide to help people with the settings.
Additionally, I really liked onecton's "make" of the clock where he said he used a layer of PLA printed in black as the diffuser, along with a piece of paper. I'm working on something similar, but want to carry though the pattern from the front to the diffuser as well and have printed a few diffusers which I hope will work without adding paper behind them. In the process, I also found that I can print PLA on laser printer transparency film, which worked well but can imprint from the printed item so it will only be a rarely used trick I think. The diffusers are really a combination of 3 parts merged together, the first is a frame, then a 0.1mm thick solid layer, and above that a 0.2mm layer printed as support which provided a pattern. Everything was then printed at 0.1mm resolution and I used the Cura Z-offset plugin to increase the z-offset by the thickness of the transparency film which was taped to the bed (0.2mm thick). Then I printed as normal with a bed temp of 50°C and the print did start to lift, but being really thin it will not matter once it is sandwiched between the other parts of the clock.