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JOSEPH KNIBB 3 MONTH ROMAN STRIKING REPLICA CLOCK BUILD.

JOSEPH KNIBB 3 MONTH ROMAN STRIKING REPLICA CLOCK BUILD.

Reverse engineered three month Roman striking clock long case clock movement with 1 1/4 second pendulum, designed and manufactured by hand in house to suit an original dial and hands circa 1675. We recently carried out an extremely interesting bespoke clock making project.  The brief was to design and reverse engineer a movement and caseRead more about JOSEPH KNIBB 3 MONTH ROMAN STRIKING REPLICA CLOCK BUILD.[…]

Knibb Reconstruction Project, Part 4 – Crossing out the Wheels.

Knibb Reconstruction Project, Part 4 – Crossing out the Wheels.

Now up on our YouTube channel is the latest installment in the Knibb reconstruction series. In this episode we showcase the process of crossing out the great wheels.  This is done in the traditional manner, by hand with a piercing saw and files.  Many hours of work go into making components such as this. IfRead more about Knibb Reconstruction Project, Part 4 – Crossing out the Wheels.[…]

Thoughts on an interesting regulator with Epicyclic maintaining power.

Thoughts on an interesting regulator with Epicyclic maintaining power.

John Brown – Southampton (Hants) 1830 Epicyclic maintaining power is a very rare feature.  Although used in turret clocks (mainly by Cooke and Sons of York), it is seen in only a handful of clocks of this type.  It was known to have been used by Cooke and Sons on a couple of their veryRead more about Thoughts on an interesting regulator with Epicyclic maintaining power.[…]

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