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Put together a wooden rendition of this classic 1950s timekeeper.

The George Nelson ball clock is a neat little slice of mid-century art and architecture, but with the current licensed reproduction selling for around $265, I decided that if I were going to have one, it would have to be an unofficial version.

I made my first ball clock as an exercise in learning how to use a MIG welder, and ended up with a double-sized, welded-steel version of the clock. I was excited when asked to write this how-to piece, but realizing that most people probably dont have access to welding equipment, I decided to create a new ball clock that could be put together with all wood parts and assembled Tinkertoy style.

Conveniently, I found that I was able to gather up all the supplies for the clock with a single stop at a Rockler woodworking store, or a session on their website (

Use a compass to mark a 4½ circle onto the wood block. Use a jigsaw or band saw to cut out the circle. You should make radial relief cuts before cutting out the circle; this will prevent the blade from binding and burning the wood, and allow it to turn a tight corner. Next, use a belt or disc sander to remove any cutting marks, square up the hub, and make it smooth and round.

Drilling the holes for the radial spokes is the most critical part of this project. If the holes arent all on the same plane and drilled directly toward the center of the hub, the clock will look catawampus.

First, drill a 1⁄4 hole through the center of the clock. Next, scribe a line all the way around the outside of the hub, centered edge-to-edge. Using a protractor, make a mark every 30 degrees around the face, to make 12 evenly spaced marks. Transfer these marks down to intersect the line, and mark for drilling. Use a drill press to drill each radial hole 1½ deep, aligning the drill directly toward the center hole.

While youve got the 1⁄4 drill bit in the chuck, drill a 1 deep hole in each of the 2 wooden balls. Typically, there will be a little flat spot on one side of each ball; this makes a great spot to drill the hole. Take care to drill straight into the center of the ball.

Next, use a fine-toothed saw to cut the 1⁄4 hardwood dowels into twelve 12 lengths. Lightly sand the cut ends of each spoke.

If you prefer to stay truer to the original design, you can make the spokes from 1⁄4 brass tubing, available at hardware and hobby supply stores.

Remove the locking nut and washers from the movement and insert the center shaft into the hole in your wooden clock hub.

With a pencil, trace around the movements case onto the hub. Draw the outline of the movement 1⁄4 or so larger than it needs to be, to make fitting the movement easier. I used a router with a straight-cutting bit to excavate the recess for the clock movement, but you could also use a drill with a Forstner bit, and then square up the corners with a wood chisel. Cut the recess to a depth of 1¼, which will leave you with a 3⁄4 floor. Test-fit the movement to make sure that there is enough shaft exposed to thread on the lock nut. Deepen the recess if necessary.

To recreate the whimsical, oversized hands of the original Nelson clock, I started with a handset that was specifically made to work with the movement that I was using, and then augmented the stock hands with some oversized cutouts.

Balsa wood or thin sheet metal are ideal choices for a hand material, because they are thin, light- weight, and fairly rigid. The finished hands need to be light, or the somewhat anemic quartz movement wont be able to swing them around the clock dial. I cut the oval, triangle, and rectangle shapes for my new hands from a scrap piece of light-gauge aluminum dryer duct that I had lying around the shop. Mix up some epoxy, and cement the new hands in place over the old hands of the clock. Use something heavy to press the hands flat while the cement dries, and use waxed paper to keep the cement from sticking to your work surface. Once the glue dries, use an X-Acto knife to reopen the holes where the hands mount onto the center shaft of the movement.

Paint the hands with a few light coats of flat black spray paint. Flat black will help hide any imperfections in thin sheet-metal hands. If you make your hands from balsa wood, lightly sand the top surfaces with 400-grit sandpaper between coats of paint.

Sand all wood parts with 220-grit, then 400-grit sandpaper. I made my clock body from a beautiful Mexican hardwood called bocote, which has a really nice natural color and figure, so I chose to finish the wood with a simple oil finish. I was happy with the color of the walnut spokes, so they received a coat of oil and wax too. If you plan to use a stain, varnish, or polyurethane topcoat on any of your wood components, apply it now. I gave the maple balls two coats of clear, non-yellowing acrylic lacquer.

Put a small amount of wood glue on the ends of the dowels before inserting them into the balls. Then press each ball/spoke pair into a hole in the hub, again using a small drop of wood glue.

Install the clock movement, securing it with its locknut. Install the hands, and thread on the little nut that holds them in place. Check that the hands dont interfere with each other as they move, bending them slightly to make adjustments if necessary.

I was able to mount my clock by simply hanging it on a nail, using the clock movement recess itself as a hanger, but if you want a more secure mounting, you could add one of those sawtooth picture hangers to the back of the clock. Or, drill a 1⁄4 hole in the back of the clock hub to use as a mounting point.

Now youve got what is, in my opinion, better than an original Nelson clock. Not only does it have an accurate quartz movement that doesnt need a plug, but you get to fine-tune the size and finish to suit your needs.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch, youve got the perfect clock for that timeless spot.

This project first appeared inCRAFT Volume 01, pages 135-137.

An inveterate tinkerer and broad-spectrum hobbyist, Steve just cant say no to a cool project. At 3, he was already reverse-engineering the peanut butter and jelly sandwich: I figured out where all of the parts were, found a good tool, and built one. Ive been doing it ever since. He lives in Seattle with his wife and two sons, two cats, five tarantulas, and 24 African cichlids, and thinks that one of lifes great pleasures is a really sharp aged cheddar cheese. Im a simple man, he says. He looks at lifes debris atfinkbuilt.com.

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Were thrilled to be partnering with Tencent, whose unparalleled strength in games publishing and operations in China will help us create great mobile games and entertainment for players globally, said Ben Liu, CEO of Pocket Gems. The next chapter of Pocket Gems will be defined by technical innovation and a sharp focus on creating original mobile-first products, as evidenced by the development of our Mantis Engine over the past two years.

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Square de Mees is a charming park located between the European Parliament and the Royal Palace. It is a hub for decision makers and influencers in the European quarter of Brussels.

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Gear up this Winter for the most exciting after-school class around! Is your kid a maker? A tinkerer? An artist? An aspiring inventor or engineer? Join us at the Auburn MakerSpace on Mondays and/or Thursdays from 5:00-7:00 PM!

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Make your own masterpiece! Each day brings a new project for you to Explore your creative side with paints, clay, and more! Here is where your imagination will soar! After STEAM means Science, Technology, Engineering, ARTS. Mondays, January 29-February 19.

Learn to make your own videos, just like your favorite YouTubers! Well show you how to film and edit your videos, add effects, and post them to our private channel to share with your family and friends! Plus, youll have a class full of collaborators to help choreograph that epic scene youve been planning! Thursdays, February 1-22.

Do you want to make your own jewelry? 3D print it! What about a hat that lights up, or a geometric art pin cut from wood with laser precision? We can make it! Join us to be a part of the next wave of fashion design and explore the fascinating world of e-textiles – make clothes and accessories that are sewn, washable, wearable, completely awesome! Thursdays, March 1-22.

Can you solve a mystery? Each week you will be given different clues and evidence to discover who committed the crime! Who knows, it could even be you! After all STEAM means SCIENCE, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics. Mondays, February 26 – March 19.

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The Maker Space is open for mini makers! Kids ages 4-6 and their parents are invited to try out the new Mini Makers workshops where kids will use their imaginations and get hands on in building, creating and making! Mini makers will combine Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math to create fun projects to take home.

Learn about light, colors, and fun! Enjoy the Makerspace with our kids and create a dazzling kaleidoscope to play with! Youll never see the world the same way again! Tuesday, February 27. 10-11:00 AM.

– Create a motorized coloring machine! Watch it jiggle and move across the page and help your little one create unique drawings to play with! Tuesday, February 13. 10-11:00 AM.

– Build a bird house in the Makerspace! Using the Laser Cutter we will cut out pieces that fit together like a jigsaw puzzle and put together a little home for our feathered friends. The we will decorate them to express your childs creativity. Tuesday, March 6. 10-11:00 AM.

– Come have fun with your little one in the Makerspace! Get messy and help your child make kinetic sand and glitter slime that you can take home with you. Lots of tactile and visual fun. January 30, 10-11:00 AM.

– Whether you want the perfectgift for someone special in your life or a charming accent to brighten your office, this workshop teaches you how to construct colorful geometric art from thread, nails, and a board laser-etched with a custom message! Get hands-on with our laser and crafty with our supplies for the perfect mash-up of technology and art! Saturday, January 27. 10:00 AM-12:00 PM. $20/$25. Senior Discount $15/$19.

– Valentines Day – love it or hate it, its happening! Whether you want a gift for your sweetie, a sweet for your best friend, or to treat yourself, show you care with a laser-engraved jar dolled up as a gift box! Well provide an assortment of sweet treats to stuff your jar, plus training on using our laser to engrave glass with a personalized message and graphic! Friday, February 9, 6:30-8:30 PM. $15/$19. Senior Fee: $12/$15.

– Learn to use our laser to engrave wood in this fun workshop that lets you customize a pre-made cutting board with your own text or graphic! Makes a great gift, accent for your kitchen, or tool for entertaining – choose a family recipe, your favorite saying or poem, or even your favorite Harley and make it your own! Saturday, February 24, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM. $20/$25. Senior Fee: $15/$19.

– Brighten up your spring cleaning with a great accessory for any room in the house! Well provide seasoned, salvaged wood for you to laser-engrave with a special message and stain to your personal tastes, plus the hanging hardware you need to put it up at home! Further customize your sign with our quirky wood-scrap widgets for a unique piece that reflects your personality and interests. Ages 13 & up. $20/$25. Senior Fee: $15/$19.

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Master Case 5 will represent the tree stump wrapped in ivy.

Everything would be done in airbrush technique.

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BeagleBone is a credit-card sized expandable Linux computer that connects with the Internet and runs software such as Android 4.0 and Ubuntu. It allows developers to evaluate the Sitara™ AM335x ARM® Cortex™-A8 processors with a single cable and 10-second Linux boot-enabling development in less than five minutes. Adding cape plug-in boards to the popular BeagleBone computer allows hobbyists, makers and developers to quickly and easily augment BeagleBones capabilities with LCD screens, motor control and battery power as well as the ability to create their own circuits.

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Compatibility Between Different Capes Matrix

BeagleBone Black Compatibilty Matrix

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Compatibility Between Different Capes Matrix

To view the compatibility between capes that are listed in this catalog, please download the compatibility matrix below.

for information on BeagleBone Black Compatibility visit theBeagleboard:BeagleBone Black Capeswiki page

BeagleBone Serial CAN RS485 RS232 Cape

Nimbelink Skywire Cellular Modem Cape

If you have a cape that will be in production or able to be purchased and you would like it listed here, please create a wiki page for your cape on eLinux.org and ith the link. You can use a template (to view the wikitext go to the link and click on the View Source or Edit tab on the top right corner). Also, submit any patches to the kernel, including .dts files for your cape, to theBeagleBoard group/mailing list.

Note: if you dont have a eLinux.org account, you will need to create one in order to create or edit a wiki page. Note: if you have any question related to a particular cape, please contact the designer of that cape. For other questions regarding this page, please contact us

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