Eliz Ayaydin

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Eliz Ayaydin

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6×7″ acrylic wall clock

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Material Description Price
Clock Hands

Clock Hands

Material: Aluminum, Color: Black, Length: 3.75"

$1.99

Clock Mechanism

Clock Mechanism

Press on movement; accommodates dial up to 3/8 in thick

Daffodil Acrylic Sheet

Daffodil Acrylic Sheet

Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/8 in, Opacity: Translucent, Color: Yellow, Surface Finish: Matte non-glare (1 side), Color: Orange

$11.49

Instant Bonding Glue - INSTANT JET™

Instant Bonding Glue - INSTANT JET™

2 ounce bottle

$11.99

Kiwi Acrylic Sheet

Kiwi Acrylic Sheet

Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/8 in, Opacity: Translucent, Color: Green, Surface Finish: Matte non-glare (1 side)

$11.49

White Acrylic Sheet

White Acrylic Sheet

Dimensions: 8 in × 12 in, Thickness: 1/8 in, Opacity: Opaque, Color: White, Surface Finish: Glossy, Cut Tolerance: +/- 1/8 in, Thickness Tolerance: +/- 8%

$5.49

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1

Laser Cut

Use the files provided as a guide to laser cut the three necessary pieces for the wall clock. The orange acrylic is for the sun vector while the white and green acrylic sheets are for the two grass vectors.

2

Glue

Bind all 3 of the pieces using acrylic glue. Make sure to put the green layer of grass above the white. Line up the bottom curve of the sheets as a guide for where to attach the three to one another.

3

Add cardboard back

Since all the pieces of acrylic are translucent, use the sun vector file to laser cut chipboard and bind the sun board piece to the back of the clock. This will prevent the clock parts from shining through the translucent pieces.

4

Add clock parts

Once all three parts are bound together into one piece, add clock parts in order to create a functioning wall clock.

Jeff Talbot
This looks awesome! How did you take such good photos?
Jeff Talbot