Walnut Table Clock

 
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David GrieserPublished on 11/10/2016

Found a nice chunk of Walnut, so I made a clock. Needed one for game room.

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What you will need

Some walnut wood

Glue

Some cool looking sticky numbers

Clock motor and hands

How to do this project

1

Measure, cut and sand wood to your taste for clock face.

Measure, cut and sand wood to your taste for clock face.

2

Cut, sand and glue a cool looking base for your clock.
Cut, sand and glue a cool looking base for your clock.

Cut, sand and glue a cool looking base for your clock.

3

After glue dries, sand and drill holes to attach base.

After glue dries, sand and drill holes to attach base.

4

Measure and router out hole for clock motor. (As you can see, the router had a mind of its own...)   ;-)
Measure and router out hole for clock motor. (As you can see, the router had a mind of its own...)   ;-)
Measure and router out hole for clock motor. (As you can see, the router had a mind of its own...)   ;-)

Measure and router out hole for clock motor. (As you can see, the router had a mind of its own...) ;-)

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Rafael Sanches avatar
Rafael Sanches11/10/2016 ☰
Great job! Where have you got the hardware?
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Vikram Verma11/18/2016 ☰
Hi
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Vikram Verma11/18/2016 ☰
Hi
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