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LiveEdge

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#1 posted 08-12-2016 08:13 PM



For a first clock and learning to cut gears, I would just use Baltic Birch. If it goes well and you enjoy it, then try other woods.

I have cut some gears out of Baltic Birch and it take a lot of patience and skill to do it well. I am just a beginner.and made a few that work well. I know that I need practice to develop the skill.

- Redoak49

Don’t you know that’s the exact advice I don’t want to hear! ;)


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