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December 11, 2014

Numechron Digital Clock

at 2:43 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks

 Numechron Digital Clock_1

 

built a very interesting clock called Numechron Digital Clock which is based around a very old clock. It uses an AC motor to keep time which keeps time based on the 60 Hz in the AC line.

“I really liked the Art Deco style of the Model 1364 case and chose to emulate it, although my clock is considerably larger than the prototype. While mimicking the original style, I employed considerable open space in the case design so that the clock’s internals would be visible. A Pennwood employee, F. Greenewalt, patented the mechanism for this type of clock in 1935. He developed an ingenious set of wheels, cams, and levers to flip the numerals and operate the clock. I consulted the original patent to design the mechanism for this clock.”

 

 

Numechron Digital Clock


 

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