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Deconstructed Alarm Clockby Poppy
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The lithium clock battery that powers the mechanisms. upload.wikimedia.org
The paper clock face.
The <b>clock hands </b>possibly made out of Urea formaldehyde.
Polystyrene bells for decorative use. Used to look like the bells on vintage alarm clocks. clockview.com
Glass screen to protect the clock face. It is glass so that we can clearly see the clock face.
Steel screws to keep the bells in place.
A polystyrene covering to protect all the electronics and cogs inside.
The <b>cogs</b> used in the clock mechanisms possibly made of Urea formaldehyde. mattaustinimages.files.wordpress.com
Steel strip for keeping the bells in place and also for the appearance.
Plastic disk that goes between the clock face and the mechanisms. It also held the mechanisms in place.
Plastic disk that covered the back of the mechanisms and held the mechanisms in place.
Steel stand used to keep the clock at an upright angle.📐
A polystyrene disc used to keep the glass screen apart from the clock face so that the clock hands can move.
A curcuit board made of Polymethyl pentane.
Wire covered in Polyvinyl chloride plastic.
<b>Copper wire</b> used in the electronics.
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