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Made a new clock for my wife's quilting room. I have to order a movement for it, just waiting for payday…. I did the outer ring twice. The first time I stack cut two sections twice, but I just could not get perfect fit when I tried to glue the sections together, so I cut it as one piece. 332 cut just for that ring in one piece. That is not including the ring that did not work for me….. One hole at a time…

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very nice how long did it take you ? GREAT JOB :<))
 

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Beautiful work. What wood did you use?

The price of clock inserts make it difficult to produce as a gift. Most inserts are imported. A beautiful clock warrants a fine movement.
 

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Paul,

That's some amazing work! Your wife should be delighted.

L/W
 

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Grhunter, I don't really keep track of my time spent. But this on took me around 15 hours would be my guess. I did it over five days.

Tillir, It is made from 1/4" and 1/8" Baltic Birch Plywood.

Thank you guys for the nice comments.
 

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As a scroller; I think your time estimate is low or else you are a much faster cutter than I!

A lot of very meticulous work.

GREAT JOB!
 

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First class Paul,
It looks like it's actually been crocheted not scrollsawed.
It'll fit in prefectly in your wife's quilting room, top marks sir.
 

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WOW Mate, that is special.
Your lady is a lucky one.

Bob.
 

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The man here has got some serious patience… wow, looks great!
 

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Amazing scrolling and a beautiful piece you and your wife can be very proud of.
 

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Very Nice Project & Well Done Paul!
 
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