Time is a little bit of a humorous idea. It’s tomorrow in New Zealand and tonight in Europe and it by no means appears to be lunchtime the place I reside. Despite Einstein claiming that point is relative, it appears fairly darn particular to me.
For that purpose, a few of my favourite presents to make are wall clocks. In my opinion, a personalised handmade clock is far more fascinating than one you choose up at Target on sale. And with the cheap and reliable quartz actions obtainable, creativeness is your solely limiting issue in terms of your clock designs.
Below you’ll discover a clock that I made on a small CNC router. It’s oval-formed with a bunch extra ovals routed into its face and stuffed with epoxy. Take a have a look at the video; I feel you’ll discover it attention-grabbing.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Making a Modern Clock Using CNC
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