Creative Woodworks & crafts 2001-11, страница 31
Wood: cherry—one piece 3/8" x 9-3/4" x 9-3/4" (for the overlay); contrasting wood of choice-one piece 3/8" x 10" x 10-5/8" (for the backer)
Tools: scroll saw with No. 2 and No. skip-tooth blades; drill with small bits and 2-3/8"-Dia, Forstner bit (optional); scratch awl Temporary-bond spray adhesive Sandpaper, assorted grits Clear oil finish of choice 4"-Dia. clock movement
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Exploded View Drawing
In an effort to appeal to a variety of tastes, I have developed this modern looking wall clock. Here is my contemporary Ocoan Wave Wall Clock—even though "ocean wave" may be stretching it a bit! By using contrasting woods and/or stains for each level, you can achieve quite a dramatic effect.
Cut and assemble
Transfer the patterns to the selected stock. Bore all blade entry holes and cut along pattern lines. With a scratch awl, mark the center of the 2-3/8" hole which will receive the clock movement.
Remove the patterns and sand both pieces.
Referring to the patterns as well as the Exploded View Drawing, mark the dots on both the overlay and backer pieces. Lining up the dots, glue the overlay to the backer.
Install the clock movement
Make the hole which will receive the clock movement. This can be accomplished by either boring it with a 2-3/8"-Dia. Forstner bit, or by marking the circle, boring a blade entry hole in the waste area and sawing it out. When done, finish the assembly with clear finish of choice, install the clock movement and enjoy! jy|
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Line up the dots and glue the overlay to the backer
Insert the clock
movement into the 2-3/8"-Dia. hole.
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