A LARGE WHEEL SKELETON
by JOHN WILDING
Wheels to be crossed out / Pinions supplied on stubs to be cut off and fitted to arbor
1/2/3 or 4 pinions on one stub PHOTO
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The main features of this most attractive clock are the simplicity in the design of the inverted Y frames together with the large main wheel. Despite its size this wheel was cut in the author's Myford ML 7 lathe. A further interesting feature to note is the equal size of both the third and escape wheels. This balances the upper part of the clock. The movement is driven by a mainspring in a going barrel and optional stopwork is described in the text. J Wilding
There are 64 pages and 137 drawings and photographs.ORDER FORM
When cutting out the frames allow extra material around the diamond area to alter the shape after depthing, allow the diamond shape to be moved up or down a little do not finish the diamond shape as per plan before depthing.
Cutters Module 0.75, 0.6, 0.55
Mr Wilding pinion sizes are 8 leaf 0.279", 7 leaf 0.206"
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