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Arduino Laser cut gear clock [Project]
posted July 22 2014 14:33.49 by spic0m




Instructables member bpwagner made this good looking clock with an arduino and some laser cut gear he designed himself:

"I decided to build a gear clock after seeing something like what I made in a friends office and after playing with the gear renderer in Inkscape. This instructable hopefully will show you how to make what I made and also teach you a little about the design process involved when working with a laser cutter."


For schematics, code for the arduino and more details follow the instructable.


[Link: instructables]
 
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