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48 48 1 4 8 ITEM NO. QTY. PART NO.

DESCRIPTION
14 20 18 16 17
1 1 back
2 1 front
4 1 Pendulum hanger
7 6 4 Dial spacer
7 1 Pendulum head
8 1 Pendulum pivot
9 1 Pendulum rod
10 1 Pendulum bob
11 1 Pendulum nut
2
12 7 Shaft cover
9
13 5 Screw
13 14 1 Shaft151
15 1 yoke
16 1 escape
15
17 1 Pallet2
12
18 1 Pallet1
19 1 Yoke spacer
29 21 22 23 20 1 Timing
48 21 3 Shaft140
13
22 3 Sleeve119
23 1 16teeth
24 1 Shaft175
6 25 2 Pawl
26 21 40 22 12 26 1 Sleeve70
27 1 drum
28 1 Ratchet
43
29 3 60teeth
20
30 2 Pawl pin
31 1 32teeth
32 1 10teeth
31 29 33 1 sleeve18
34 1 rope
35 1 Weight
36 1 16teeth_DP6
42 40 37 1 shaft30
38 1 8teeth
39 1 30teeth
46 40 2 15teeth
41 1 Key shaft
42 1 Minute hand
32
43 1 Hour hand
44 1 12teeth_DP6
39 45 1 Winder support
46 1 DiaL2
47 8 ropering
6
48 5 Spacer

12

13 28 21 22

6 48 30 25 29 48

34
SHT 1 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 General Assembly 1
13
35
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17 19 18 36 45 44

15

31
35
12 38

39

10

Back plate removed for clarity 11

SHT 2 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 General Assembly 2

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27

C-C (1 : 1.5)

SHT 3 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 General Assembly 3

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252 252

1 Back plate 1-off 2 Front plate 1-off


60

.70
12
55

55
5 76.32
6.3
60

81
123.79

156
.70
81

12
123.79

156
.43
89

93.28
5
6.3

90
.43
90

59.20 89
6.35

46.60
60

476
6.35

40
23.12 86.
60

6.35
76.81

109.60

398
86.
180

60

95
R2
0
30.38
70
12.
R20

219.20
32.44
32.44

270
76.32
70

76.81
SHT 4 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 Frames
270

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120 10 C 10

30 G

4
35
G

30
46 Dial 1-off 50 C-C
G-G
C

12.70
48 Spacer 1-off

26
6 30
A 120
6 Dial spacer 4-off

A A-A
48 Spacer 4-off
48 12
90° 3
H

2
0
30
1/2" thread
D

18
H
35
H-H D D-D
4 Pendulum hanger 1-off
E 10 12 Shaft cover 7-off
6

10 75
55

0
12
30
E
E-E
7 Pendulum head 1-off

Thread M6

59
28
13 Screw 5-off
F

20
40
Pendulum pivot 1-off ° F

30
F-F

30
M6 x 50 deep 6 20

6
1076
11 Pendulum nut 1-off

R370
10 Pendulum bob 1-off
9 Pendulum rod 1-off

6.5
0
42
Minute Hand 1-off
SHT 5 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 Frame details

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10
18

6.
33 Sleeve 28 1-off 10

37
6

23 Gear 16 teeth 1-off 40 Gear 15 teeth 1-off 40 Gear 15 teeth 1-off


37 Shaft 37 1-off

32 Gear 10 teeth 1-off

38 Gear 8 teeth 1-off

39 Gear 30 teeth 1-off


31 Gear 32 teeth 1-off 20 Timing wheel 1-off

10

19.50
13
6.10
13

44 Gear 12 teeth 1-off


36 Gear 16 teeth DP61-off

27 Drum 1-off 28 Ratchet 1-off SHT 6 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 Gears 1

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I

10

10
I

I-I

6
6

10 36.96

0
6.1
20.25
R5

44.27°
10
29 Gear 60 teeth 3-off 6

30 Pawl pin 2-off


51.44

25 Pawl 2-off

SHT 7 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 Gears 2

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R7
.50

° 23.80
20.83 °

74.30
17 Pallet 2 1-off 8.61

18 Pallet 1 1-off
39.50 39.60
R5

16 Escape 1-off

10

10
70

10

10
6.10
R
16
.3
5

6
6
Sleeve 70 1-off 19 Yoke spacer 1-off
26 15 Yoke1-off 20

10
119.50
32
0

6.10
12.7

22 Sleeve 119 3-off


140
6

21 Shaft 140 3-off

151
6
40
12.70

45 Winder support 1-off


14 Shaft 151 1-off
9.50

175
6

9.50 41 Key shaft 1-off 24 Shaft 185 1-off

SHT 8 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 Details

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Woodenclock Clock 5

Notes

? ? Use close-grained timber such as Beech planed down to a thickness of 1


10 mm for all components unless otherwise stated.
? ? All shafts for spindles should be made from 6 mm diameter bar.
? ? Any suitable material can be used for the weight. The mass of the weight
will need to be established by experiment, but a good starting point would
be 6 lbs.
? ? Details of the dial numerals are shown for guidance only, the actual form
of the numerals is left to your own discretion.. They can be applied by
painting or as relief numerals cut from thin sheet.
? ? The hands are again given for guidance only, although in this instance
they are drawn to size so that you can copy these if you wish. They should
in any event be cut from thin sheet.
? ? Where the components are drawn to 1:1 scale you can attach the drawing
to the timber using a low tack adhesive, and cut around the profiles. Great
care should be taken with this approach when cutting the gear teeth
because they need to be cut very accurately to avoid problems when
assembling the clock.
? ? The frame is held together using 5 threaded screws into spacers (3)glued
into the back plate. Alternatively pins fitted into holes cross drilled after
assembly can be used.
? ? Care should be taken to adjust the pallets (17 & 18) relative to the timing
wheel. They should operate to allow the timing wheel to move
incrementally forward when swinging through a small arc of movement of
the pendulum. (<10°).
? ? The pitch of the gears is controlled by the drilling of the hole centres in the
front and back frames. It may help to delay the drilling of these holes in
the frames until after the gears are first cut and then linished to size. At
this point it would help to mount them on two separate pieces of wood and
test there free movement one to the other and measure the centre
distance between them, so that the hole centres can be drilled at this
dimension rather than the theoretical dimension on the drawing.
? ? The winder used is not drawn on the plans but a simple 'T' bar with a
square hole in the end to engage over the end of the square end of the
shaft holding the winding gears.

SHT 9 OF 9 SHTS LAW WOODEN CLOCK 5 Instructions

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