|Project by Mark||posted 02-10-2014 12:01 AM||470 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
I built a school house clock for Mrs.Smokies birthday. I used the works from Lee Valley and the planes from an old Woodsmith magazine. This proved to be not such a good idea as the works in the 2 different are…different.
I knew nothing about clocks when I started ie center pin length, so it was a definite learning curve.
My thanks to Dustynut2 for some well needed advice.
In the 3rd pic I’m using an old Craftsman router with the circle cutting jig. After the first circle was cut I made a new jig for my Rigid plunge router. Way more gooder.
The clock was built with solid oak, finished with a commercial kinda Teak stain and 2 coats of water borne satin varnish.
Thanks fer lookin’.