Hi to everybody, this Christmas have given me this nice clock of Wall-E but unfortunately it is very noisy and during the night it was unbearable, so I have thought about turning it into a digital clock.
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Step 1: Open the Digital Clock
Inside the cube digital clock
Step 2: Open Wall-E and Remove the Analog Clock
When I have opened Wall-E under the eyes with my surprise I have discovered that there were already the holes to insert the leds
Step 3: Another Vain Battery
Another surprise when I have discovered another vain battery removing a small plastic piece
Step 4: Two New Eyes for Wall-E @_@
To make to see the light of the leds only when they are on, I have had to remove the plastic eyes painted and I have replaced them with 4 little disk (two for eye) of filter polarizant taken from a broken LCD, has overlapped them and rotated so that to make to become them black.
Step 5: Case Digital Clock
I have cut and adapted the case of Digital clock for inserting it to the place of the analog clock
Step 6: Buttons for the Clock
I have used the houses of the digital clock as it drives for the holes, then I have inserted 6 buttons
Step 7: LCD Backlight
To realize the backlight of the clock I have used a piece of plexiglas recovered from a broken lcd and I have add 5 yellow leds
Step 8: Back Side of Wall-E
Here you can see all the wirings and the buttons of the old clock glued
Step 9: Finish
Here is the new Wall-E Digital Clock, when press the button, the eyes and the LCD come illuminated, it is more better now :D