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Project by Mike Gager posted 752 days ago 1142 views 7 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

heres another clock i made, this one is made from walnut and curly walnut. the center piece is 4” and the arms are about 8” so its about 20” in diameter and 3/4” thick. finish is danish oil and wax





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#1 posted 752 days ago

Neat looking clock !

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#2 posted 752 days ago

Gotta add this one to my favourites! Very nice.

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#3 posted 752 days ago

I really like it. Not a difficult project, and provides great asthetic and useful value. It’s nice to have those in the mix.

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#4 posted 752 days ago

yeah pretty easy once i came up with a jig to cut the slots on the circle at even spacing. i was worried the arms would be to flexible but they are actually quite sturdy

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#5 posted 752 days ago

Very nice looking clock!

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#6 posted 737 days ago

That is cool!

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#7 posted 667 days ago

Hi Mike. I really like this clock and Id be interested in trying it myself. Can you please explain the jig you made to cut the dado’s in the circle. Thanks

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#8 posted 597 days ago

Very nice. I would also be interested in the jig you used for arm spacing.

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