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Thread: Hydraulic steampunk clock movement

  1. #11
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    That's wonderful, it cracked me up.

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    Still super cool.

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    I finally finished this. (I've tried uploading more photos, but the uploads keep failing. Maybe later.)

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    https://youtu.be/0JNQYkeR8lE

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    All Right. Really looks great and a fantastic job on it!!

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    Creativity to the max. Awesome job.

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    I submitted my Steampunk Clepsydra clock as an Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Ste...r-Thief-Clock/
    It has been "featured" by one of the editors.

    And, I entered it in their "Multi-Discipline" contest. I think I have a shot, as I used woodworking, electronics, programming, math, metalworking, and even a bit of plumbing skills! Fingers crossed.

    Take a look if you would like more details on how the clock was designed and built.

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    Can't imagine the project that can beat yours. Really awesome. Good luck.
    Rick H

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