As I worked on the skeleton of the clock, I noticed that it looked similar to something that you would see in a Jim Williams datasheet! I decided to continue the project under that motif.
I have yet to encase the clock in epoxy resin, as I am afraid that it won’t go well. Putting the clock together took a day and a half of work, and I wouldn’t want that to go to waste. I will hopefully get a chance to test some resin casts on small items sometime soon.
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