Maple Clock 2

This is the second clock I have made from the extra pieces of the large chunk of maple I milled last summer. For this clock, I made a segmented section where the clock hands go that indicate hours. I made a 12 piece segmented section to embed in the larger piece of maple. I then turned a space for the hands of the clock and sanded the outer surface. I used a linseed beeswax mix to finish the clock.

disk sander: http://vintagemachinery.org/photoindex/detail.aspx?id=8040
band saw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jupHDlunwjg
jointer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l55YFRHBGx4

30 ответов на “Maple Clock 2”

  1. A typically great project from this gentleman. He has considerably broadened my wood working horizons since I first began to follow him on YouTube. I'm very envious of his purpose- built modern workshop.

  2. would it maybe have been better to slice the segmented part with the bandsaw into veneers that you could have set into a chiseled square? that way you wouldn't have had to cut up that amazing pieces of wood to get the block in there. Then maybe I wouldn't have shuddered and had looked away when you cut it up. ;o)

  3. It took me a few reads to figure our your concept, but I get it now and that makes sense. I guess I was in the mind set of segmented turning where the pieces go all the way through. I like your idea.

  4. Hi Frank, love your videos!  I had a question about your disc sander, I notice you use it a lot with small pieces and I was just wondering what grit you have on there?  Is that the final sanding you do on them as well (straight from the disc sander to finish) or do you do some hand sanding after that?

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