One of our happy Alan’s Electronic Projects customers sent in a picture of their completed Gear Clock. This isn’t a project that goes together in 5 minutes since you first need to build the controller which will drive the stepper motor. Like most DIY kits the controller comes as a bunch of parts and a board that they all need to be soldered to. There is of course a manual for the Gear Clock to walk you though the process though. After the controller has been built you will then need to paint the clock which takes a steady hand since the numbers are routed into the face of the hour and minute gears. Then with a fist full of nuts, bolts and screws you need to assemble the clock. After that all you need to do is grin because you survived the build!
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