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Project by Troy Cleckler posted 01-09-2015 03:03 PM 1057 views 2 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This has been done a while ago and I keep it in my office at work. Just thought I’d share.
Made out of Black Walnut and Oak all press fit together and all parts move.

-- Troy. - Measure twice, cut once and fill the gaps....





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Notw

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#1 posted 01-09-2015 04:52 PM

Very cool and well done, i especially like the dial on the side. Is it normal wrist watch size?

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Troy Cleckler

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#2 posted 01-09-2015 04:55 PM

No, the dial is 3” and overall it’s just under 15”

-- Troy. - Measure twice, cut once and fill the gaps....

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#3 posted 01-10-2015 01:18 PM

Awsome work! I might use your way of doing it to make one for myself.

-- Ivan, Croatia, Wooddicted

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#4 posted 01-10-2015 03:31 PM

cool watch!

-- Perform A Random Act Of Kindness Today ... Pay It Forward

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JTTHECLOCKMAN

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#5 posted 01-10-2015 04:21 PM

These are very cool especially for a desk item. You did a great job with it. I am curious how you did the knob on the side. Alot of detail in that. Thanks for showing.

-- John T.

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Troy Cleckler

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#6 posted 01-10-2015 05:23 PM



These are very cool especially for a desk item. You did a great job with it. I am curious how you did the knob on the side. Alot of detail in that. Thanks for showing.

- JTTHECLOCKMAN


Turned the stem on the lathe for the outer dimensions then used a dremel bit for the grip part.

-- Troy. - Measure twice, cut once and fill the gaps....

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#7 posted 01-11-2015 07:56 AM

Great looking watch, thank you for sharing this time piece

-- Norman - I never never make a mistake, I just change the design.

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NorthGaMan

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#8 posted 01-12-2015 08:03 PM

If you do not have a lathe you can start with a piece of dowel and cut down to fit for stem.

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JTTHECLOCKMAN

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#9 posted 01-14-2015 06:04 AM


These are very cool especially for a desk item. You did a great job with it. I am curious how you did the knob on the side. Alot of detail in that. Thanks for showing.

- JTTHECLOCKMAN

Turned the stem on the lathe for the outer dimensions then used a dremel bit for the grip part.

- Troy Cleckler

Thanks

I turn my down on a lathe too but use a hacksaw blade to make the grooves. I like your idea with the dremel tool. I may have o try that.

-- John T.

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