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  • J WILDING
    of every aspect of the construction The wheelcutting includes the cutting of a crown wheel The lathe used was the Myford ML 7 lathe This together with a 3 8 capacity drilling machine were the only machine tools used in the construction of this clock The movement is fitted with a hanging ring and spurs and can be mounted on the wall or it can be cased as shown The

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/30hr%20alarm.html (2016-04-26)
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  • J WILDING
    a boiled egg At the completion of the time period a single stroke is sounded on the bell The entire construction can be carried out with one of the small hobby lathes available today In fact the lathe chosen here was the Unimat 4 In order not to involve the beginner with wheel cutting the two gears required are available from RiteTime The escapement chosen for this timer is the MacDowall single pin escapement which must be the easiest to make escapement ever designed As a result of exposure at several model engineering exhibitions it became clear that many constructors would like the timer to run continuously in other words to be converted into a clock This has now been done and the description is contained in this book It was also requested that the original two gears and the two extra gears required in the conversion be described as well Many constructors wanting to make every part There is absolutely no dificulty in cutting these gears in the Unimat 4 lathe A full description is given of the process including the various ways of dividing in order to obtain the wheel counts Full details of the addresses of all

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/egg%20timer.html (2016-04-26)
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  • J WILDING
    arbor 1 2 3 or 4 pinions on one stub PHOTO Cutters Module ALL PRICES PLUS POSTAGE PACKING wheels and pinions are made to order ITEM p COUNT WHEEL 30 00 BOOK 20 00 6 DIAL Photo see photo BEARING SET 5 35 00 PAXOLIN ROD 1 2 dia x 6 7 00 LINE 3 00 Back To J Wilding Clocks Back To Clock Construction Books ORDER FORM Photo by

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/gearless%20clock.html (2016-04-26)
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  • J WILDING
    different methods of utilising the rotation of the drum to indicate the time are given in the text The clock requires winding daily and this is carried out by gripping the winding knobs at each end of the centre spindle and turning these causing the drum to climb up the two cords from which it is suspended The construction is illustrated using the Myford ML 7 Lathe One of the

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/drum%20water%20clock.html (2016-04-26)
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  • THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WOODEN CLOCK
    to successfully make the clock The clock is made entirely from 3 8 plywood and wood dowel The book includes a set of 6 full size drawings It is possible to construct the clock without a lathe but this availability makes the work far easier This book now incorporates an additional chapter detailing an alternative grasshopper escapement which is the best escapement for a wooden clock together with an automatic

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/construction_of_a_wooden_clock.htm (2016-04-26)
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  • Notes on Tower Clocks
    set ups for repairing the train pivots etc There is also a detailed description of the construction of a winding jack which provides a geared reduction for the winding of heavy weights As far as the writer knows this is the first time such a tool has ever been described A description of an electric remontoire for fitting to a tower clock movement is also described This is for use on a clock in a museum or similar situation where there is not room for the weight fall General descriptions are given for the maintenance of these clocks together with the repair of a broken suspension spring A further five chapters deal with the overhaul of a Potts flatbed tower clock movement which was badly rusted Again full details of the restoration are given including the making of a new pendulum winding key and weight pulley which were all missing Recently another six chapters have been added These include a major rebuild which deals with the rehousing of the wheelwork from an 18th century movement which was minus the clock frame The overhaul of a Gillet Johnston 1 2 minute release movement is described including the rebuilding of the gear

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/Notes%20ON%20Tower%20clocks.htm (2016-04-26)
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  • J WILDING
    clockmakers A full description of the construction is given including winding the magnet coils Although I have called it battery operated it can of course be run from the mains supply using a transformer and rectifier As usual I have taken the opportunity to update the material suppliers and correct errors in the text The chapter ring is available for those who do not wish to engrave their own The

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/battery%20driven%20clock.html (2016-04-26)
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  • USING THE SMALL LATHE
    of jigs attachments and accessories for the lathe Using the lathe in the overhaul and repair of clock movements and making missing parts Includes the construction of a Jacot attachment for the lathe the repair of pivots in the lathe making large bushes for barrels etc The accessories described include a lathe tool honing jig making special centres used in horological work Making a screwhead holding tool a hand turning

    Original URL path: http://www.iantcobb.co.uk/using_the_small_lathe.htm (2016-04-26)
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