CUT WHEELS & PINIONS FOR

 A SCISSORS CLOCK

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

ALL PRICES PLUS POSTAGE & PACKING 

The Scissors clock is a most unusual and spectacular piece with its contra oscillating compound pendulums; the bobs of these take the form of scissor handles as do the hands and winding key. The clock runs for a week on one winding and the interesting pendulum action is a great attraction. This was the third in the series of clocks made entirely on the Unimat 3 lathe; the other two being the 16th century foliot clock and the CASTLE clock. All parts of the construction were carried out on this little lathe including the wheelcutting and the machining of the fusee. The final chapter details the construction of a simple hand operated fusee grooving tool, for those who do not wish to do this work in the lathe. In this manual reference is made to the Castle clock manual (above) for certain of the processes.

The construction is fully detailed with 76 pages and over 240 illustrations.                                                                    J Wilding

Wheel Cutters Module 0.75, 0.6, 0.55   Pinions Cutters ??

wheels and pinions are made to order

ITEM

       p
GREAT WHEEL 19. 50
CENTRE WHEEL  14. 50
THIRD WHEEL  14. 50
ESCAPE WHEEL  16. 00
HOUR WHEEL  14. 50
MINUTE & REVERSE MINUTE WHEELS / 2  14. 00
BARREL RATCHET 11. 50
FUSEE RATCHET 13. 50
PALLET PINIONS / 2 x  20 LEAF 19. 50
CENTRE PINION  8 LEAF  14. 50
THIRD PINION  9 LEAF  16. 00
ESCAPE PINION  8 LEAF  14. 50
MOTION PINION  6 LEAF  11. 50
FUSEE BLANK TURNED & GROOVED     Photo 49. 50
BOOK 30. 00
4.3/8" DIAL  Photo see photo
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