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    So my Dad wants me to build him a clock, and being the gracious son that I am I tell him sure, pick out a pattern. I feel pretty confident, I have my skill, I have my past success'. Yeah right. He picks the mill clock from wildwood designs, now my very least favorite company in the world. I have just spent 30 minutes staring at the pattern trying to visualize how it comes together.


    And where the heck are the dimensions for the 'false panels'?? Oh right, they tell you how to calculate those, thanks.
    Has anyone out there built this thing? Complete with the motor? I could really use some pics of a completed clock from various angles and probably a source to ask questions of when I get stuck which I am guessing won't take long.
    So please, if you have built this clock I could really use your help!!
    I can be reached via email -
    Last edited by Barefoot1; 03-06-2007, 10:17 PM.

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    Mill Clock

    I'm sure I built the clock you are working on. I will post a picture of it and if it is the one you are working on and need any help, just let me know. It's not really too hard to build, but as I have told Wildwood about many of their plans, they leave much to be desired.

    Originally posted by Barefoot1
    So my Dad wants me to build him a clock, and being the gracious son that I am I tell him sure, pick out a pattern. I feel pretty confident, I have my skill, I have my past success'. Yeah right. He picks the mill clock from wildwood designs, now my very least favorite company in the world. I have just spent 30 minutes staring at the pattern trying to visualize how it comes together.


    And where the heck are the dimensions for the 'false panels'?? Oh right, they tell you how to calculate those, thanks.
    Has anyone out there built this thing? Complete with the motor? I could really use some pics of a completed clock from various angles and probably a source to ask questions of when I get stuck which I am guessing won't take long.
    So please, if you have built this clock I could really use your help!!
    I can be reached via email -
    Buzz
    We Danes are very even tempered. We're always mad about something!

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    • #3
      That is a really nice clock.
      Diane
      Dragon
      Owner of a nice 21" Excalibur
      Owner of a Dewalt 788
      PuffityDragon on AFSP

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      • #4
        Yes Buzz that is the clock, I have sent you a private message, thanks very much for responding.

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