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This instructable will show how to make a glow in the dark clock out of old computer parts.
Tools Required: 1) Hot glue gun 2) Super Glue 3) Drill or dremmel tool
The following are the materials used: 1) Hard Drive 2) RAM 3) CD/DVD 4) Clock Mechanism 5) Small SMD IC chips (Surface Mounted Device Integrated Circuit) 6) Lots ...
The hard drive platters can be removed from any hard drive by removing the screws on the red dots in the image. Drill out the middle of the ...
Mix and match any RAM although I found the 300mhz to give the clock the best performance. Depending on the size of RAM you may need to sand ...
You can strip the clock mechanism from an old thrift store / yard sale clock like I did or you can buy just the mechanism You can buy ...
1) These are easy to de-solder from any PCB board by heating up the opposite side of the board as the chip. I used a heat gun but ...
Just in case here is a view looking into a computer and shows where you can find each part in red. RAM (left) Integrated onto the motherboard in ...
1) Cut out battery slot on CD 2) Hot glue Clock Mechanism onto CD. Position battery slot over the cutout spot on the CD 3) Hot glue RAM ...
1) Paint hands white or glow in the dark. 2) Place Glow in the Dark Binary Stickers. Binary 1-12: 1 - 0001 2 - 0010 3 - 0011 ...
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