Below are the items I used:
1. Epilog Laser Fibermark 50 Watt
My work just got one, so what better way to train on it?
3. Clock Parts.
I got mine from clockparts.com, had a hard time finding their instructions for what order to mount which washer, nut, ect. so I e-mailed them and got the attached picture:
3.1 Motor: http://www.clockparts.com/clock-part/american-made-mini-quartz-movements/item_options_string/260:1942/
3.2 Hands: http://www.clockparts.com/clock-part/4-11-16-hands/item_options_string/305:5945/
Since my material was brass I went with the black ones so there is some contrast.
3.3 Back (optional to cover battery compartment): http://www.clockparts.com/clock-part/movement-cover-for-mini-quartz-movement/
4. Material you will make clock out of.
I used item 88825K34 from McMasterCarr
12"x12" Corrosion-Resistant Bronze (Alloy 220): This simple copper-zinc alloy, historically called commercial bronze, is often used for marine hardware, weatherstripping, and ornamental trim because of its finish and good corrosion resistance.
Because I got brass I also needed:
4.1 Brass polish (http://weiman.com/Products/Silver-All-Metals/Brass-Cleaner.aspx
4.2 Micro-fiber cloths (I got a large pack of these at Home Depot)
4.3 Glossy Clear Coat Rustolium (I got mine at Home Depot) http://www.rustoleum.com/~/media/DigitalEncyclopedia/Documents/RustoleumUSA/TDS/English/CBG/Stops%20Rust/SRT01_0313_Stops%20Rust_Enamel_Sprays_TDS_Rev2.ashx
5. Mill with prototrak
6. Painters blue tape