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    After viewing these beautiful massive Fretwork clocks, can someone suggest a design to start with?

    I don't want to get in over my head, and end up abandoning it.

    It's all fun
    Terry
    Craftsman 18"
    Delta 46-460 lathe
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    One of the largest selections of clock patterns is available at Wildwood Designs. They have clock patterns for all skill levels. Take a look at their selection and cut what appeals to you.

    Wildwood Designs Scroll Saw Clock Parts

    Good luck and have fun making sawdust!
    Homer : "Oh, and how is education supposed to make me feel smarter. Besides, every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain."

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    • #3
      Hello Terry
      One problem with some of the patterns is that there is little instruction for assembly. If this is your first venture in that area, you might like to check out the Edgewater or some other clock by Dirk Boleman of the TheArtFactory.com. It uses 1/4 inch woods for most of it. That is one of the easiest thicknesses to get. I think the base has some 3/8 inch wood in it. It has good instructions for assembly. You can probably stackpile much of it. We prefer the look of solid woods--but we have seen beautifully made plywood clocks as well.
      Have fun with your project.
      Norman

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