A simple Clock face

By Wolfram1 | Created April 26th, 2020 | Published April 26th, 2020 | Updated April 26th, 2020

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A nice first time project for those who want to collect some experience with the Shaper Origin. It is a Clock Face with an total diameter of 400mm. The central hole for the clockwork has a diameter of 10,5mm. This sample was made out of 10mm baltic ply with a brown epoxy coating. The SVG can be scaled if a clockface with a differnt size is required.

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500 * 500 mm plywood
Shaper Origin with 6mm cutter and the engraving tool, a sharp utility knife
The workpiece was just screwed down on a sacrificial board at all 4 edges Place enough shaper tape on the work surface, Cut all the engravings first woth 1mm depth. The outline is cut with the 6mm tool making three passes of 3,5mm each. During the last pass retract the tool for 3-5mm distance to leave a few tabs. This will held the final piece in place until you have cut all around. Using a utility knive you can then cut the tabs when all milling is done.

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