How can I build a clock?
I would like to build a weight-driven clock, but I have not had any success finding good, easily understandable resources about clock construction/mechanics. Also, I would like to find a place to get the materials (like a pre-built escapement, etc). Any ideas?
I'd like to build my own movement with pre-fab parts.
- KesLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The link to Howstuffworks has good illustrations for a pendulum clock. You may be able to improvise the parts for a project if you understand what is involved. I know, a sundial would be easier. Good luck.Source(s): http://home.howstuffworks.com/clock.htm
- hghjslnLv 51 decade ago
TRY THESE PLACES. I THINK I'LL EVEN TRY IT. HOW INTERESTING.
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- 1 decade ago
get a book on clock building and then do what it says...
p.s. its very expensive to make it on your own, its much cheaper to buy one
- Anonymous1 decade ago