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Building a Word Clock


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Building a Word Clock

2014-09-05
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I was asked if I could build a Word Clock. Of course, not wanting to back down from a challenge (and a bit of research) I said "yes". One of the objectives of this build, aside from producing a quality product for our client was to document the build and share with the community. After a bit work, I present to you, the Javelin Word Clock.
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Check out this video a co-worker put together. I think he did a great job.
Want one? You too can build this same clock by following my Instructables documentation here:
Let me know what you think.

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