Introduction: Sconnie Clock

Picture of Sconnie Clock

Step 1: Tracing the State

Picture of Tracing the State

I projected the state of Wisconsin on the board and traced it to tape it to my board to later cut out on the band saw

Step 2: Glue the Boards

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Self explanatory

Step 3: Joint the Boards

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In this step I gathered my boards and started to joint one edge on each and both edges on one of the boards I used the wood oak for my project

Step 4: Cut on Table Saw

Picture of Cut on Table Saw

I later cut the board to fit my state

Step 5: Bandsaw

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This was probably the hardest part to my project making many relief cuts to cut the curvy state of Wisconsin and the table saw is off in this photo

Step 6: After Bandsaw

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This is what it look like after cut on bandsaw before sanding and making it look good

Step 7: Spindal Sanding

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This was the longest part of my project which took 5 days 42 minutes a class period

Step 8: Disc Sanding

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Just some more casual sanding to make it feel nice and soft

Step 9: Routing the Back for Clock

Picture of Routing the Back for Clock

On the Cnc machine

Step 10: Route Sconnie on the Front

Picture of Route Sconnie on the Front

Again on my favorite machine the Cnc

Step 11: Paint

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Paint the letters of sconnie

Step 12: Polyurethane

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Polyed my clock


don57 (author)2014-04-12

Well done. Way to be Badger Proud!

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2014-03-26

Nice job, looks just like sconnie :) How did you sand the area around Green Bay?

CurtWG (author)2014-03-26


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