Fun any wall with this clock colored and offset
An original clock is little more including every home needs. You can add your own style by choosing the colors that you like.
Create a stencil
First, create your stencil to the edge of the clock. Use your compass and your pencil, draw a circle of 20cm in diameter.
Mark marks on your stencil
Draw points every 10cm on your circle, using the compass.
Draw a hexagonal shape
In using, the rule and pencil draw straight lines between each point, in order to create a hexagonal shape
Get ready to cut
You now have your size of hexagonal cut.
Cut out your template
Use your blade wood on your jigsaw KS901EK (shown above). Cut your hex template on the line.
Your back piece is finished
You now have the back part of your wall clock.
Remove rough areas
Use your sandpaper to remove rough areas on the edge of your piece and you make a perfect hexagonal shape.
Draw marks on your Hexagon
Mark a point on each of the hexagonal faces, halfway on the side. You total six points.
Pierce holes on 6 benchmarks
Attach the plywood to your Workbench and Pierce the holes of 40mm in depth on each of the six sides, across six brands that you just created as well as on the 6 corners of the hexagon.
You have your regular 12 hole
You have now twelve holes regularly spaced around the hexagon.
Draw a second Hexagon for the dial
Use the second plate thinner, draw the edge of the hexagon that you have already created to draw your stencil of clock.
Cut out the contours of the dial
Using your jig saw, carefully cut the outlines of the dial
Pierce a hole
Drill a hole on the back panel in the center position. This hole will help you fix the clock on your wall.
Pierce a hole in the ping pong balls
On each of the ping pong balls, drill a centre hole.
Paint your ping pong balls
Paint balls ping pong of the color of your choice.
Attach your metal spoons
Attach your spoons in metal on your work surface.
Cut your metal spoons
Select cutting metal your jigsaw. Cut the ends to get 12 of same length metal rods.
Pierce a hole in the center of your dial
Drill a hole on your thin plate, clock face.
Paint your face
Paint the face of the clock of the color of your choice.
Trace the marks of the mechanism
On the back plate, mark measures of the clock mechanism and drill a hole.
Add a screw to attach the mechanism
Add a screw into the hole to hang your clock mechanism
Place the mechanism of the clock through the hole.
Set the hands on the clock
On the front, set the wall clock to the mechanism with making tips. Add the ping pong balls to each of the twelve metal rods
Paste the metal rods
Insert glue into each of the holes to fix the metal rods.
Insert the metal rods
Insert the metal rods in each of the twelve holes.
Hang your clock on the wall
Hang the clock on your wall and you’re done.
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