Introduction: Simple Gear Shaped Clock
First I got a gear template from this site http://woodgears.ca/gear_cutting/template.html . I made mine with 12 teeth (1 tooth per hour) but you can make yours with as many teeth as you want. I cut out the template and glued it to a thin peice of wood. Next I cut it out with a coping saw. You can use a different saw if you want. After that you can sand and paint/decorate it. Then drill a hole in the middle and attatch the clock movement. After that pop in a battery,set the time and hang up your new gear shaped clock
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