Fallout 4 inspired wall-clock. This clock can be seen on the walls of ruins accross the Commonwealth in Fallout 4, although I modelled it after an actual (real world) clock I purchased from an antique store (see the red clock in the pictures).
The .stl file's dimensions match the real-world clock; however, my printer bed was not large enough to print a full-size version (the one pictured (yellow) is 85% the actual size). If you choose to use the included clock-face template, you will have to resize it to fit.
The clock movement was purchased commercially (https://www.woodcraft.com/products/mini-quartz-movement-for-face-stock-thickness-of-0-1-4?via=573621f669702d06760016d9%2C5775646169702d619c0001db) - They can also be found on Amazon - be sure to pay attention to the 'depth' they are designed for - my recomendation is 1/4-Inch (this referes to the thickness of the material that the movement will be mounted in).
In my case, I still had add an 1/8-inch spacer.
The bezel is 1/8-inch plexi glass. I used a drop of hot glue in each corner to hold it in place. This should allow me to remove it latter if I need to.
The clock pictures was printed on the 'fast' setting which leaves a rough finish and make it harder to paint (but cut the print time in half for me)