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July 13, 2007

Nonentity Nixie Clock

at 11:45 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, Electronic Hacks

Guess what, another nice Nixie clock! Nonentity posted his cool Nixie clock in the Hacked Gadgets Forum. Nonentity has documented the entire build in great detail on his site. Some of the macro pictures are spectacular!


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10 Responses to “Nonentity Nixie Clock”

  1. joebob Says:

    4 days offline and this is all you can come up with???? shame shame hackedgadgets.

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    Why no negative Joebob? I think this is an excellent example of DIY ingenuity! I am always looking for content suggestions, if you have any please send them my way with the tips link. 😉

    My hosting provider had some (lots) of technical issues and unfortunately it impacted Hacked Gadgets…

  3. Isior Says:

    Why there is no shematic? It’s really not open DYI project. 🙁

  4. Ben Says:

    Thats another amazing sample of a perfect Nixieclock. I Love this old technic and with some russian parts the coolness factor is more higher 😉

    Ah, thats the reason for not reaching hg.com: Serverproblems. Thats typical for 1 & 1. I hate this company. I’ve never had problems with other hosters. But 4 days is a very very ugly demonstration about reliability.

  5. Dave Says:

    ‘nough with the nixie thingies.. seen one, seen em all… :/

  6. nonentity Says:

    Thanks a bunch Alan and Ben!

  7. feki00 Says:

    Haha! I use HDD too to keep the small parts ^ ^
    ps: i cant spell

  8. nonentity Says:

    Yeah, I had taken apart about 15 of those HDDs and the cases ended up being perfect parts bins, plus the back of at least one other project.

  9. Alan Parekh Says:

    Some of the HDD insides are so nice looking it is a shame to throw them out… Using them for storage is a great idea though. 🙂

  10. nonentity Says:

    I’ve used HDD insides to make these lightsabers –

    and http://www.nonentity.com/New/Main/Projects/Main-Lightsaber.htm

    I’ve also used HDD insides to make random other things using a lathe… http://www.nonentity.com/New/Main/Art/Art-Objects.htm

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