International Clock

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Introduction: International Clock


Step 1: Circle

Draw circle

Step 2: 12 Parts

Exchange, 12 parts

Step 3: Clock Shield

Cut and draw 12 point

Step 4: Back

Draw back element, and cut battery hole.

Step 5: Tube

Make tube 12 x 29 mm

Step 6: Old Clock

Dismount old clock.

Step 7: Shield and Tube

Combine shield and tube

Step 8: Write Country

One part, one country or town

Step 9: Battery

Put battery and pointer

Step 10: Finish

Good Luck

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    17 Discussions

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    Tinker_Tom
    Tinker_Tom

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Wouldn't this set the clock forward/back an hour and five minutes, instead of just an hour?

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    destructopop
    destructopop

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Cheap, easy, effective. I love it! Now I just need a guide for my slow brain on how to line up which time zone. xD

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    AznPanda
    AznPanda

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Hahahhahahahah that rocks!!! at first i was wondering how it worked but now i see lol! thats awesome :D but u have to order them in a certain way...

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    AznPanda
    AznPanda

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    : / i wish there was a edit thing but whatever can you tell me if you have to order it in a certain way?

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    fritsie123
    fritsie123

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Except that this has been made by almost any first-grade schoolchild in the netherlands during geography lessons to learn about timezones. Perhaps even Charlotte has learned about it there, the name sounds Dutch.

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    Patrik
    Patrik

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Hm... it strikes me that you could put a weight behind the original faceplate at 6 o'clock, and mount it so it freely rotates. Cool idea though!

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    Patrik
    Patrik

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Even better - cut a slot at the top of weighted faceplate, and mount it in front of a second faceplate with names of cities or countries, as in fungus's version.

    That way, when you rotate the clock, only the correct city shows, and you get a numbered faceplate.

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    Doctor What
    Doctor What

    12 years ago on Introduction

    What was your material?? looks kinda like cardboard, but i'm not sure.

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    chooseausername
    chooseausername

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    lol, ok, nevermind about my last question ;o)
    I've found the answer.

    Nice DIY version though ! =o)

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    jongscx
    jongscx

    12 years ago on Introduction

    I think it's important to point out too that you removed the Minute hand, as rotating it 30 deg to move forward/backward the hour would also move forward/backward the time by 10 minutes. Good show old boy, good show.

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    scooter76
    scooter76

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Well done. I am a Canadian living in the Uk, and am always making international calls (I'm always counting on my fingers to find out the time differences) I will have to make on of these. Good job.

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    macdadyabc
    macdadyabc

    12 years ago on Introduction

    thats a really good idea. i didn't see where you were going with it until the end were it rolls. good job