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    Can anyone tell me what size clock do I need for the treble clef clock in issue #12??

  • #2
    I haven't made it but I have the issue in front of me and it says a 3 and a 1/2 inch clock with a 3" diameter opening ..

    Also says the clocks are avilable from Sloan's ... unless of course you live anywhere cept the US ... grr!!
    Ian

    Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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    • #3
      Can you tell me if it says I am supposed to blow up the pattern. I have cut it and the diameter is about 11/2 inch

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      • #4
        Did you use the pattern from the magazine page - or from the pattern insert in the magazine?
        Ian

        Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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        • #5
          I downloaded it from the page on the web site.

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          • #6
            I just looked at the downoadable pattern and printed it at 100% - I get a diameter of approx. 1 and 3/4 inch ... but ... when the PDF file first opens it scales to 171% which I would guess (without doing the sums!) would give you the 3" diameter opening mentioned in the magazine ....

            Maybe this is a question that BobD could answer? You could try private messaging him if he isn't looking at this thread.....
            Ian

            Scrolling with a Dewalt 788

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            • #7
              I would suggest you check out a site like www.klockit.com and look at their clock inserts. Check the various sized ones, paying attention to the mounting diameter. There are so many different ones, it might be best to do that. If you cant find one that will fit, check a few other clock parts suppliers like National Artcraft,Schlaubaugh and Sons, Sloans, Wildwood, ect. Good luck. Dale
              Dale w/ yella saws

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