Learn how to make a DIY wooden Clock with a gorgeous metal inlay detail with this easy beginner-friendly step by step tutorial.
Use a 1x8 piece of walnut. Cut out a square of 7½" x 7½".
Important: make sure the final line is NOT at the center so you don't have to drill through it to add the clock movement.
It is important to make sure that the combination square doesn't move as you route the lines.
This process takes a little bit of patience and practice.
There are a few things you want to be careful about in this process:
Only the metal will be left in the grooves. Once it’s done, move on to finish the clock.
If needed, you can route out space for the clock movement on the back. And done!
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