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punee (author) 2 years ago
I carefully cutted the OHP sheet roughly to have a tight fit with clock mechanism, and applied applied little glue around it. And it worked
elsararengo2 years ago
Good Idea, I'm trying it.
I have a question, how did you "join" de clock mechanism with the OHP "hands" to make them turn around?
thanks!
Machine3 years ago
Nice job. Different while still being functional. You explain it well too.
GoDu23 years ago
I like the analog design but seperate read outs for the hours and minutes
oleksenko3 years ago
cool, thanks
Very nice work. Using the OHP sheets to make the floating hands is good in itself, but using the dials to hide the edges is positively INSPIRED. In a former employment I had occasion to deal with professionally assembled clocks of a similar type which didn't take such care, and which would cost several times what your version does.
punee (author)  Dream Dragon3 years ago
Thank u very much for your inspired and inspirational comment
dimtick3 years ago
really like this project. goog job.
punee (author)  dimtick3 years ago
Thank You
knife1413 years ago
Nice job! OHP is something new to me, though. What is it?
punee (author)  knife1413 years ago
Its the "Over Head Projector" Sheet.
Where old Projectors were used to give presentations etc