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Picture of Circuit Board Wall Clock
Have lots of random circuit boards laying around? Want to recycle them for a better purpose? This is a cool and decorative circuit board wall clock made out of few supplies.

Step 1: Tools and Necessities

Picture of Tools and Necessities
You will need:
Old Circuit board (salvaged)
Super glue ($1.00)
Wall clock kit ($9.99)
You can get the clock kit cheaper here:
astore.amazon.com/wallclock05-20

Tools:
A  cordless or corded drill
A drill bit that roughly fits the inner brass bearing (1/4 inch)
 
jmccleve4 years ago
The geek in me loves this. I'm a huge fan of decorative wall clocks, but this would look great sitting next to my computer desk. Thanks for the post, I'll have to try my hand at this.
tilt_u4 years ago
Nice to see someone using a good quality German U.T.S. (Uhrentechnik-Schwarzwald) movement (*) instead those crappy Chinese junk (well the Chinese can make quality if they want to but they're rare).

It seems it's the high torge version (they have green setting knobs where as the standard ones have black). It's overkill and not necessary for those size of hands. Not that it's very important but the standard version is a bit quieter.

(*) While it's made by UTS it can be branded. In Europe they are typically branded by Junghans and Hermle. But really they're no different than the standard UTS movement.
acosicris4 years ago
Nice. It's really good when you
turn "junk" into something new
& useful. I made a similar ible but
its not a wall clock. =)
 Very cool, simple, I like it!
I'm going to have to make one of these
jkherd5 years ago
I made something similiar a few years ago using an trashed harddrive, this is true recycling at its best :)
Patented6 years ago
NIICCEE!! It look awesome!
bambangpe6 years ago
Simple but functional, may be more nice if you cut straight the below part.
ERCBIENG (author)  bambangpe6 years ago
Yeah thats true. I just took it how it was out of an old treadmill