Step 12: Mark your plywood.

marke a square where you're going to mill (where the circuit will be), make it bigger because the mill leaves the edges rounded, so if you make it the exact size, it won't fit.

Now place it on the milling machine and clamp it down.

Nice!<br><br>Awesome points for liking Disturbed, too.
how do you read a binary clock?
Hey great project! I think I'm going to attempt to build this, however I have a few questions about it. First, I noticed you added pushbuttons later in the steps, but they're not on the &quot;main&quot; list of required things. Is there anything else that you need that is not on the main list? Also I was hoping you might beable to point me in the right direction as for where to find a wallwart like the one you used. Thanks for the great project guide btw!
is there a way to make it without microchip?
Not really, it is the brains of it; it keeps the time and shines the corresponding LEDs, I see no other possible solution, sorry. But it is based in Arduino, which is a great microcontroller for beginers since it has tons of community, examples and documentation.
Great project. But is there also a conversion-table for the binary-disabled? Otherwise they don't know what time it is.
That's another feature, you can be the only one to know the current time!
WOW! this is sooo cool!
Hi<br>Nice version<br>Very elegant, a carpenter is necessary more than an electronic... but a beautiful idea. Thanks for sharing

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