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another clock

Postby sharkcutup » Fri May 19, 2017 8:22 am

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This just getting too dang easy! Design it, prepare it, carve it!!!

Have a GREAT DAY everyone!!! :D

Be SAFE around those AWESOME machines!!! ;)

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Re: another clock

Postby bill z » Fri May 19, 2017 10:38 am

Sharkcutup,

Do you live in Australia or New Zealand? Your pictures appear to be upside down. I figure they would work down there. :D

This is certainly an interesting pattern.
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Re: another clock

Postby sharkcutup » Fri May 19, 2017 11:34 am

Sharkcutup,

Do you live in Australia or New Zealand? Your pictures appear to be upside down. I figure they would work down there. :D

This is certainly an interesting pattern.


Neither I live in the Southeast of the USA. I posted this thread from my cell phone, not exactly sure why the photo is upside down here. It is in the correct orientation on my cell. :?: :roll:

Yeah the pattern was drawn from what I had seen while I was out and about one day. Thought I'd give it a go and see how it would look --- turned out very nice so far. I plan on putting a thin slab
of red oak in between the two base slabs and putting a darker stain on the middle (clock) section with the rest I will probably just put a natural finish coat on them.

Have a GREAT DAY!!! :D

Be SAFE around those AWESOME machines!!! ;)

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Re: another clock

Postby Kayvon » Wed May 24, 2017 9:27 am

sharkcutup wrote:This just getting too dang easy! Design it, prepare it, carve it!!!
Join us in the wooden clock thread... you'll find some increased challenge. :)
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Re: another clock

Postby sharkcutup » Wed May 24, 2017 3:17 pm

Join us in the wooden clock thread... you'll find some increased challenge. :) Kayvon


Challenge --- I Agree!!!

But I am not so sure I want to play around with " Time "! Seems to me that " Time " has been moving along just fine without any of my help and/or interference!!! :roll:

Kayvon, Thank you for the suggestion though! ;) I have been monitoring that particular Thread "CNC and Clock Building" from time to time. It is fascinating and AWE inspiring to see wood returned to life once again!

Good Luck with your Wood Clock Building!!! :D

Have a GREAT DAY!!! :D

Be SAFE around those AWESOME machines!!! ;)

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Re: another clock

Postby SteveM » Wed May 24, 2017 7:37 pm

Does the part with the clock in it just sit on the two vertical pieces?
Very neat design!
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Re: another clock

Postby sharkcutup » Wed May 24, 2017 9:35 pm

Does the part with the clock in it just sit on the two vertical pieces?


Yes it does. This way you can take it down to change the battery whenever needed without requiring to have to move the whole thing.

It is nearing completion so I will be posting a photo of the completed clock here soon!!!

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