Clock Project Our Youngest Daughter Married Last Year And Moved Halfway Across The Province As A Father And A Woodworker I Wanted To Build The Newlyweds A Special Gift That Would Remind Them Of Us
Clock project our youngest daughter married last year and moved halfway across the province as a father and a woodworker i wanted to build the newlyweds a special gift that would remind them of us is article about Magazine bookmarked by calvin with ID 13757976114 was uploaded on 09-04-2019 and has been viewed 511 times.
Floor Clock Illustrations by James Provost I asked my daughter what she would like to have and her answer was a clock - a simple clock that she could use on a daily basis.With that in mind I set out to build Mike and Jessica a simple, yet stylish floor clock.
The clock is made from zebrawood, ebonized red oak, and obeche, with wenge plugs for the primary numbers on the clock face.Don't be afraid to substitute other woods that are available in your area, as this clock design lends itself to many different wood combinations.
It is best to purchase the clock movement before you begin construction.The Base Provides StabilityThe base of the clock consists of two components: an upright (A), which is in the form of an isosceles triangle, and a foot (B).
Both pieces are milled to a final thickness of 1 ¾".If you don't have access to 8/4 stock you can laminate thinner pieces.Biscuits or dowels can be helpful when gluing up the three pieces for the upright (A).
Once the glue has set, sand the blank smooth and then lay out the cut lines.Also draw a reference line that runs from the center of...