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Replace the hard drive platters and spindle.

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I made this with some nice gold hands, check it out here http://www.seanwinters.dx.am/?p=36 <br> <br>Getting the motor/bearing out was a bit of a pain :)
I made this with some nice gold hands, check it out here http://www.seanwinters.dx.am/?p=36 <br> <br>Getting the motor/bearing out was a bit of a pain :)
For those of you who do not know the 2 magnets under the arm cover at the 7 oclock position are Super Strong.
And this my version of 2.5&quot; HDD clock....<br> <br>
Just made mine today, had a HD laying around on my desk for a few months and figured I'd give it up for a better use.
I really like this! I've been looking at a bunch of different clocks, many of which are HDD-based, but this is the only one that is simple enough to do in an afternoon. Thanks a ton, I'll be making it right away!<br />
nice creation...but i already have this on my study table.<br /> will add the pics soon<br />
That's great that you have one on your study table. I built mine last weekend and its sitting on my desk. It satisfies the Dead Computer Contest requirments.<br />
this is so cool!&nbsp;I&nbsp;like how you added the number buttons for time. It's a great touch for anyone's room. VERY&nbsp;CREATIVE!!!!! I&nbsp;hope you win the contest!<br />
Thanks. I have this on my desk at work and the other IT folks like it also.

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