The Clock It screen is a reference for clocking Duct PIC, Pulp and Paper cables that are typical of 1200 pair and larger cables. These types of cables come from the factory with a layer type color code that should be converted to the standard color code.
'The Customer is always right. You can never tell time looking at the C.O.'
Remember this saying and you'll be good to go. When looking out to the customer your binders will end up being in a Clockwise fashion. And, when looking in toward the C.O. the binders will end up in a Counterclockwise direction.
So, when you sheath a cable, do not let it come loose from itself. Keep the cable as tight together as it was when the sheath was on.
Now, say we have a 1500 pair cable, look for the green outside layer group. If it's a pulp cable the green group is a dominate green color group. If it is a PIC cable you'll find it wraped in yellow and green string. Put a #7 (red-orange) binder around this group. if you are looking at the customer grab the bundle to the right of group #7 bundle (with #7 being at 12 o'clock position) or looking at the C.O. grab the bundle to the left of #7 bundle (again with #7 being at the 12 o'clock position) and put a #8 (red-green) binder on. Continue in that direction until you reach the #7 binder. (the last binder you put on at this point should have been a #15). note: all outside strings are yellow on the 1500 pair PIC cable.
Now peel peel all the outside groups away. This will leave you with the middle (2nd) layer for a 1500. If pulp look for a dominate green group again. If PIC, Look for the black and green string group. Once found put a #2 (white-orange) binder on it. Again, if you are looking at the customer grab the bundle to the right of group #2 bundle (with #2 being at the 12 o'clock position) or looking at the C.O. grab the bundle to the left of #2 bundle (with #2 being at the 12 o'clock position) and put a #3 (white-green) binder on. And continue in that direction. note: all middle layer strings are black on the 1500 pair PIC cable
The last binder before returning to the #2 binder is the #6 (red-blue) binder. The final layer for this type of cable is an easy one. It is again a dominate green or a wraped in yellow-green string PIC group by its self. Put a #1(white-blue) binder on and your done.
Notice the pattern. All layers start with a green identifier. If it's a PIC cable all alterative (to green) color strings match for the layer and alternate for the next layer for the 1500 pair PIC cable (yellow-black-yellow). The other PIC cables are the same way but some start with a alternate to green string with a black string on the outside layer. See the app for the other PIC cable string identifiers.
As a side note, when building a straight splice The strings will match (if cables are of the same size) the other cables strings when the splice is put together. So, don't remove the strings as they are yet helpful when building a splice.