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This is a wooden gear clock I designed and built. The clock was inspired by the work of James Borden. It is a spring driven clock with a 6s compound pendulum. I used a combination of maple and walnut finished with tung oil and varnish. The clock hands are driven by a daisy wheel mechanism.
Here is a video on Youtube http://youtu.be/zQ78Clw-V5A
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A video of the clock would be interesting. Nice work, regardless.
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