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I recently made a bunch of laser cut clocks inspired by the clocks I saw being made by Flat Clock. While I liked the style of their clocks, the $100 p...
You will need: (x1) Ikea Rusch Clock (x1) 14" x 14" x 1/8" acrylic (x1) super glue (x1) Adobe Illustrator (or similar)
Create a series of cellular shapes using the pen tool. Once you are happy with the number of cells, trace around the outline of all of the shapes also...
Laser cut your file out of colorful 1/8" acrylic. If you don't have a laser cutter or access to TechShop, you can use an online service like Ponoko. ...
Take apart the Ikea clock by first removing the plastic front panel. Next, pull free the clock hands. Lastly, free the clock movement (mechanism) fr...
If you are using an Ikea clock movement, drill a 1/8" hole directly through the "Q" in "Quartz" in the back of the movement. This will create a mounti...
Super glue the clock movement to the back of the acrylic clock face. Be careful not to get any superglue on the clock shaft. If you do, it will obviou...
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