GPS Clock Assembly

GPS Clock Assembly, Part III

January 10, 2015 Filed in: GPS | Arduino | Electronics | Clocks | Laser Cutting

Pinoco was hit with the holiday rush, so it took a few extra weeks to get my new batch of laser cut acrylic. I nailed it this time. Right away I could tell the engraving was perfect.

I even spaced out the holes for the speaker just a hair. The holes on the last one were so close together, that they weren’t separated by more than a hair of plastic.
The arrows came out great too. I contemplated spray painting them with some white paint like I did on the enclosure for my 7490 clock, but I figured it was good enough.
Time for the moment of true. I peeled off the protective paper to check it out. It looks great!
The etching on the arrows has enough contrast from the shiny black to make them nice and visible. Filling them with white paint would have been overkill. Besides, being the 2nd spin on this, I didn’t want to take my chances ruining it!

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