Episode 3 of the Knibb Reconstruction now live on YouTube!

Continuing on in the short series covering the construction of a replica three month duration Roman striking clock by Joseph Knibb.

This video shows show clips of the process of making the train wheel blanks and cutting the teeth.

The wheel cutting was all done on the Schaublin 102 plain bearing lathe with vertical slide and milling spindle.  The Schaublin dividing head was used to divide the number of teeth on each wheel.

YouTube is still a new experience and we are very much learning the basics of video production as we go, but hopefully the videos will continue to get longer and slicker.

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