I’ve been wanting to make a clock for quite a while. I bought a simple clock kit almost a year ago, and it’s been setting on my workbench ever since. Recently, I bought and assembled a CNC router, called the ShapeOko 2, (more detail on that tool coming soon) and I figured making a clock face would be a great, and fairly simple, way to get started using the tool.
As always, I had a bunch of pallet scraps laying around, so it was a pretty quick build and I have LOTS of plans for future versions. There’s a really big opportunity for making all different types of clock faces, so eventually, I should have some unique designs that I can hopefully market for sale.
But for now, I hope you enjoy the video, and be sure to watch all the way to the end where I address a pretty big upcoming project, and how I NEED YOUR FEEDBACK!
What you need:
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- Clock movement kit
- spray lacquer
- wood glue
- Any sheet good for a backing board
- pallet wood
- CNC, stencil or paint for lettering