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  1. Does anyone know of a clock club on line that is for building wooden clock and repairs. etc? Preston
  2. Finished these up, both are Steve Good patterns. Oval clocks are about 9" tall mahogany & walnut, mantel clock is 5' *10" walnut, purpleheart & maple. 1" thick with a 2" clock insert.
  3. I've been oiling a grandmother and Cuckoo clocks. It is a task that I don't really don't like. Lew said that he had used WD40 with success. I've never done that on the grandmother clock, but do that same thing with cuckoo. I really don't know how long it can last. We got it as a wedding gift over 50 years ago. Her sister gave it to us, they had it on the wall for years and could not stand the noisy bird day and night. The bellows leather has long ago cracked and I replaced it with very thin rubber gasket material. Once as I was hanging it on the wall, the whole thing fell apart in my hands. T
  4. Canon MG 2522 cheapest we could find.. Now for the comments on its performance. This printer is on sale at Walmart for 19.00. This is the picture that is on my computer and this is what I printed out to use as a pattern to glue on to some wood. Its 34? long and clear enough to cut out with scroll saw. Cutting to the lines, which the printer provides for a person to cut off so the pages will line up for the clear tape. 8 pages for this pattern and the only ditty is holding the paper straight while taping. Can't be a nervous norvis while preforming this task. I have two
  5. Here is the desktop clock and a wall clock I just finished. Herb
  6. This first one, the holes were drilled with a new regular drill bit. The last five clocks, the holes were drilled with a forstner bit. The first clock did not hang straight. It now hangs crooked in my shop as a reminder. The plans were about 24" long and I enlarged them. If it was to hang on the wall, I wanted it to take up a bunch of that wall. My shop walls are covered with reminders, good and bad! Even though I was using a great jig for the drill press some of the holes were shifting more than I could see with my eye balls and by the time I had dr
  7. Here is a picture years ago of a clock I made from a slice off the side of a log where a knot was sticking out. I was scrounging for wood in the slab pile and the sawer walked up and handed it to me saying " make something out of this for my office." So I made him a wall clock. The second picture was the clock I made from the scrap bin at an industrial furniture plant ,out of Walnit. for the milkman. Herb
  8. From the album: Bill Kappel

    Made using Argentine Mesquite with accents of Opel, Ivory and Ebony using the finest movement available. A few of the Headrest I use in my rocking chairs. Most are made using Claro or Bastogne Walnut with Ivory, Ebony and my molded glass accents. A couple of the rockers are made of Argentine Mesquite. A Redwood Burl table and some gift boxes made of fossils, redwood, mesquite scrap and epoxy. oot Crown Jewell rocking chair Mesquite rocker with Claro Walnut inlay Test rocker made of small peices Redwood ta
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