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State of the thing
 

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Beautiful!
 

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Very very nice, another one done. Can not wait for the next exciting build.
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Just absolutely beautiful! I wish I had your skills, just awesome!
 

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Oh WOW! I've run out of superlatives.
 

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Man! what a beautiful clock. You are a true craftsman.
 
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That is AWESOME!!

I am a clock collector and an apprentice with a repairer and I really appreciate this!!
 

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Could this be a contender for project of the month. Just awesome work.

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Amazing craftsmanship. I am in awe.

I know nothing of clocks, but after seeing this, I am interested. I take it this is a replica of a very old clock? I googled some of the words on the glass and came up with some results from the 1600's. Is this your own version? Did you follow some plans?
 

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Hi Strantor, thank you.

The words on the glass are a reproduction of the text on the cover of the book "Horologium Oscillatorium" by Christiaan Huygens (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horologium_Oscillatorium) from 1673. This is the man who first described and built a successful pendulum clock.

My clock was built from the plans "A Small Weight Driven Tower Clock Movement" by John Wilding (http://www.clockmaking-brass.co.uk/tower clock.html).

And also, thank you for David, Nels, Firestopper, Savarin, CraigB1960 and Nel957

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I can not wait to see Phase 3.
Looking so good
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Wagner...
I just finished reading every post on all five pages, looking at every photo, and watching every video.
Absolutely amazing!!!! A true craftsman... I couldn't take my eyes off of it...
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful........ Thank you!!

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Thank you Nelson and Bill.

The parts on the picture are for universal joints.

Wagner
 

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Two more bevel gears today.

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Amazing work! :encourage:
 

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Thank You so much for documenting your build. I have lurked throughout and truly admire your talent.
 

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Thank you Jim.
Thank you Andy.

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I have to learn how to take better pictures...
 

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GearGif_zpsuecywahp.gif



Well, there is a gif there, but the forum page is not showing it.

Here a still image:
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I must say I love the large pinions or do we call the larger a wheels?
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Looooking Gooood!
Are you going to use it in a tower or just as a clock?
 
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Hi Nel957,

The pinions are 16 and 20 leaves, module 0.75 a little over 1/2 and 5/8 in diameter.
They are part of phase III. See post #124.

Wagner
 

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Absolutely Stellar Work!

I had caught some of it along the way, but just saw it again in "Project of the Month" so came back and read the entire thing.

I really appreciate not only the effort and skill that went into making the clock, but also the effort spent in documenting it so well and sharing it here.
Thank-You!

Have you (or would you) share some info on the "homemade CNC" you reference in your intro post?

-brino
 

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Hi Brino, thank you.

And thank you all for the "Project of the Month" thing.

Here another component started:

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Project Wedding Cake

Wagner

Brino, I will post something about the CNC on another thread.
 

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Absolutely superb well done.
 

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