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built in wall clock
free plans: how to make a
Wall Clock
Basic Description Here is a free plan to create a clock built into the wall of your choice. Simple battery-operated clock movements are inexpensive and easy to acquire. It is a relatively short process and you can give any room a more regal look with this simple project. Note that these plans are for installing a clock in a wall made of wallboard or drywall (brick, stone, or thick plaster walls cannot accommodate the shaft lengths of standard clock movements).

step:         3      

If your drill bit wasn't long enough to penetrate through the other side of the wall, carefully measure the spot where it would have come through. Next, create a square for the access hole. We made a square about 4" x 4" (10 x 10cm) aligned to the clock movement. Then, drill four holes at the corners of the square. Notice the original mark in the center of the square. These holes will make it much easier to remove the drywall.
begin by drilling a hole in the wall where you want to position the clock

◄ step 2   —   step 4►

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