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    Just wanted to know if anyone has completed the Marc Tover Wooden Geared Clock in the #26 issue? Fixing to tackle this one and wanted to know before I got started if there is any problems with the pattern that needs to be adjusted before I begin. I have downloaded the updates from the website on hole size & tube length.

    Thanks for any help or advice.
    Troy Cleckler

    Scrollin' with DeWalt DW788

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    When you assemble the clock be carefull when handling the 1/8 gears, they will break easy I know making them over and over is a _. You can fill in the blank. Take you time and walk away when you get mad.


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