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Old 11-29-2013, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default My First Clock

From the Spring 2011 edition of SSWC

This is my first clock , I have to say it was a great project . An I'm looking

forward to attempt other wood clock patterns. It keeps time to less than a

minute a day.. I learned a lot from this one .
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Nice job. Those came out really good.
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That looks great.
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Rooster, those really look great. You did a fantastic job. I wish you best of luck on your future winding's ! Take Care
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You did a great job on this one. I like all of the contrasting woods.
Now you are ready for the one in issue 51 , Summer 2013.
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Rolf , .. got a few more projects in the works at present, I want to get them completed first. I haven't made up my mind yet on the issue 51 clock just yet. I ran across another clock a few weeks back, so its kinda a toss up at this point.
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ubgoofy2003 , . You know how it goes if I had to do it over again I think I would have used Roman Numerals instead. Perhaps on the next one this style I do.
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Which clock are you looking at?
I want to do one of Clayton Boyer's beauties.
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I have been meaning to try one. Just haven't gotten up the courage to try one yet.
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Rolf. here is a web site with a few diff models, not all can be made on a Scrollsaw.

http://www.woodenclocks.co.uk/

an at the moment I cant seem to find the other web site of a diff clock...

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