I have two clock faces with the 12 on the bottom of the face, I can’t find any faces online that have t12 on top, if anyone could help me, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, again I’m looking for 24 hour analog clock faces with the number 12 on top, thank you.
I have a couple different vintage 24-hour faces, but only the VR211 can be configured to have noon at either top or bottom of the face, while VR004 VR018 already have 12 noon at top.
Welcome @simonseville . Where you asking on FB . Ant way Here is another example . It is going in for a refit . I think MKII wil come with UTC hand and a Length of daylight reading . It was suppose to be an absolute minimum face but I can not help myself . It might tur out to be a Wrist Action special . Watch this space . Great topic title BTW . There are Good Topics with the debate about 12 up or down . I am a 12 Up Man Myself . It makes absolutely no sense at all if you show the daylight arc to have it down . Ha Ha .
Hey, @kourosh , I just commented on the VR004.
@kourosh i also want to know how did you make the Day Dial operate
The VR004’s hour hand uses the 24-hour tag #DWFHS# instead of the usual 12-hour tag #DWFKS#. But #DWFHS# puts noon at the bottom, so you have to force it to be at the top by offsetting it by 180 degrees with the hours hand formula of (#DWFHS#+180).
So, VR004 operates just like any normal face with analog hands, except for its hours hand and the image of the dial. Look at this example in Creator:
Not sure what you mean here.
Hey @kourosh put a BATT Gauge on that and send it out Facer Basics :::)))
I just commented on the watch, it’s the VR224 free version
Please ask these questions here instead, not on the face itself.
That date hand operates just like an hours hand: you just give it a rotation angle value (0 through 360). In this case that value is based on the date (1 through 31) so you need to convert that into a rotation value that moves in increments of (360/31) degrees, and you also need to offset it by 1 (because on this dial, day 1 is at zero degrees). So that gives you a formula of
((#Dd# - 1)*(360/31)) for the date hand.
I added a green date hand to the example I posted earlier, with a new background.
I assume you mean an analog gauge…
@kourosh . Ha Ha that test has changed a bit . No longer a Basic . Yes I mean Analogue . I love a Nice all analogue like the Real world . I could not wait to get a digital Watch a few Years ago now . I went back to Analogue quite soon after . To me Time is an Analogue Thing . love that face . did you think about a day night Arc for or the Black and Blue . Inspect the Single Handed Face above .
Time has been at a premium lately (no pun intended), so maybe… but you do realize that’s opening another can of worms.
I haven’t thought about a day/night arc, it wouldn’t quite fit into the spirit of the original vintage watch!
Yes @kourosh . I know you are busy with Real Stuff . I completely respect what you are saying . Sometimes we have to bend the vintage rules . 12 UP is bending most of them . Perhaps keep the spirit of the vintage but have a couple of Markers for SR SS .
I can’t look at it, it’s unpublished
It is not published, but it does have inspection enabled: just open it in a new window, and from there go to the “rocket” inspection icon.
@simonseville Click on the Title of the Face . Then the Preview page will open . You need to be on the Web Site not an App .
thank you @russellcresser , me being goofy this Friday morning.