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The windmill clock

 

 

  This is a cute windmill clock based in a very old English design. The plans permit making four or five wings. The wings rotate so that their position can be changed at will.

The clock is designed to be made preferably with 1/8 inches wood or with 3 mm. wood, but of course other wood thickness can be used scaling the pattern. The following table gives the measures of the clock depending on the wood width you use:

  Clock height (with blades) Clock width (without blades) Clock depth Wing span
1/8 in. wood 19,3 in. 6,6 in. 3,3 in. 18,4 in.
3 mm. wood 46,3 cm. 15,8 cm. 7,9 cm. 44,3 cm

  Please note that this pattern is registered and copyrighted. If you would like to have it I offer it for 11 € plus shipping. The pattern is computer made, which provides total precision, and nicely printed for convenient scrolling. Click here to buy this pattern. Write me to info@finescrollsaw.com for any questions.

  This pattern is included in the issue #28 (fall 2007) of the Scroll Saw Woodworking and crafts magazine. This picture has been kindly sent by Kevin Treasure from Australia.

 
Orologio mulino, disegno per traforo
  This picture has kindly been sent by Isaac Arditi from Israel: ¨ as usual your patterns are wonderful, you can see from the result of the picture of the windmill clock. Thanks for your advice, it helped me a lot. ¨

  This picture has been sent  by André Disnard from Saint-Pierre et Miquelon.

 
These pictures have been kindly sent by Manuela from Australia.
 
  This picture has been sent by Santiago Fernandez from Barcelona, Spain.  This picture has been sent  by Chantal Perrin from France. This picture has been sent by Jose Luis Tellez from Celaya (Guanajuato, Mexico). 
 
 This picture has been kindly sent by Valeriy from Russia.   This picture has been sent by Guillermo Morcillo from Castellón, Spain.
 
 This picture has been kindly sent by Keith Perry from the UK.   This picture has been kindly sent by Massimiliano Rigacci from Italy.
 
This picture has been sent by Bruno Carceller from Cantavieja, Teruel, Spain. This picture has been sent by Kevin Inboden from the USA.
 

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