I started the design process in Google Sketchup. The clock works required a six inch circle. In Sketchup I made a six inch circle and divided the circle evenly by twelve. I then offset that circle by a 1/4 inch. where the offset circle intersect with the dividing lines I place a number. After I placed all the numbers where I needed them, I deleted the offset line. This gave me an even space for all the numbers. After the design was done. I exported the file to an SVG and imported the design into Easel. Easel is a free program from Inventables. Inventables supplied me with the XCarve 3D carver witch made this project possible. If you have a XCarve you can use this link to cut your own Clock. It has all the information need to cut your own. The bit uses is .091in also used HDPE from Inventables it was a 1/4″x12x12.