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Making Metal Clockworks for Home Machinists

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Revised and newly updated, Making Metal Clockworks is an introduction to horology for the complete beginner. Explaining the terminology and general forms of clock construction, you'll learn about the necessary tools, materials, and methods and understand everything from and the layout of wheels and escapements to the making of wheels, pinions, pendulums, and so much more. With insightful details of how to make specialized items and advice on the most suitable materials for their construction, this is the perfect introduction to the fascinating world of clockmaking.


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Pages 128
Publish Date 2020-02-18
Size 5.83" x 8.27" x 0.31"
Author Stan Bray


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Making Metal Clockworks for Home Machinists will be a handy reference for the accomplished machinist looking to create a clock, and even for the hobbyist who wants a better understanding on how clocks come together and function.


About the Author

Stan Bray has had his own workshop for most of his life and has made many tools, models and clocks. He is the founder and former editor of the magazine Model Engineers' Workshop, and former editor of Engineering in Miniature. He is associate editor of Model Engineer where he has a regular column called "Bray's Bench".

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