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HOW TO – Make a wooden faced wristwatch

HOW TO – Make a wooden faced wristwatch

James writes –

“I have a thing for watches, and nicely figured wood, sadly I’ve only been able to find a couple of wood based watches. It sounded like a lovely weekend project to fab up a new face for a regular watch, so I went for it.”

Wooden faced wristwatch – Link & photos.

8 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make a wooden faced wristwatch

  1. miranda_frost says:

    HI everyone here at MAKEZINE, i am new here. I am a student working on a video installation art. My project will require external buttons that will activate the change of display in the the video, turn the fan on/off and lights on/off. I am wodering if someone can help me with this project. I am willing to pay but not much because i don’t have work. My project will cover the nuclear weapon topic and if you want to take part in informing people about the effects of nuclear weapons, then by helping me out, we can work together in touching other people’s lives.

  2. philliptorrone says:

    hi you might want to post his in our forums.

  3. ZapWiz says:

    Awsome work, and this is coming from a modder who has used wood on just about everything.
    (Google zapwizard, of check my flickr page)

  4. jamesv says:

    Thanks man. I was listening to the piece on NPR about wooden PC enclosures a few nights back and your name came up. It’s a terrifyingly small world I suppose.

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