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    Gong-Strike Wall Clock Kit Instructions

    Gong-Strike Wall Clock Kit Instructions begins with the gong installation. The coil gong mounts in the back of the clock case first before the movement. The strike hammer is on the back of the movement. It adjusts with the wire that the hammer head is on. The hammer on the movement gets its final adjustment by bending the wire the... View Product

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    Mechanical Clock Kit Measurements

    Mechanical clock kit measurements that is needed in order to purchase a new kit are very basic. Of course the most ideal is to purchase the clock kit before building the clock case as described in another section. If the case is already built or working with a empty clock case, these are the things to measure. Clockworks.com tends to... View Product

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    Clock kit before building the clock case

    It is important to order the clock kit before building the clock case. If the case is built before getting the mechanical clock kit it is possible the kit will not fit. This sounds crazy but it is more common than anyone may think. So before spending a lot of time and hard work on building a luxury case, take... View Product

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    Mechanical Clock Kit Styles Available

    Mechanical Clock Kit Styles Available include wall clocks, mantle (shelf) clocks, and floor clocks. Floor models includes the granddaughter, grandmother, and grandfather series. Mechanical Clock Kit Styles are in the list below. Mantle clock kits are always spring driven and wound with a clock key. Moreover, it can come in a variety of chime types. Triple chime, Westminster only, bell... View Product

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    Westminster Spring-Driven Clock-Kit Installation

    This concludes the Westminster Spring-Driven Clock-Kit Installation Instructions

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    Mechanical clock-kit movement options

    The following are the various options for Mechanical clock-kit movements to be utilized in building a clock. We offer predefined kits at Clockworks, however we can't include them all as it would be overwhelming. It may be possible to alter any aspect in the predefined clock kits that are listed. Please call to let us help with kit modifications or... View Product

  • Jauch Floor Clock Pendulums

    Jauch floor clock pendulums are not made anymore. We can create one out of a Hermle pendulum by cutting it to size, cutting off the top hook, and installing one to fit the Jauch unit. However, we are somewhat hesitant to offer custom pendulums for a Jauch unit. They went out of business so we can automatically say the movement... View Product

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    Hermle Clock Code Letters

    The intent of this post is to explain the Hermle Clock Code Letters that follow the movement number on Hermle movement. Sometimes customers think that if the new movement does not have the same letter as the old unit that it will not be the same. This is not always the case. This is what follows a typical Hermle number... View Product

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    Clock Dial Description of Styles

    When creating clocks it is a good idea to know all the options for the dial before deciding what clock to build. The dial is both the most important thing and also the most tricky at times when building a clock. It is most important because that is what people look at all day long. The dial makes or breaks... View Product

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    Mechanical Clock Hand Nuts

    One of the most common parts a Mechanical clock needs is the hand nut. As previously stated, the older the clock the harder things are to find. The hand nuts Clockworks offer are for movements made after the 1930's. There were not many standards on what the hand nut size should be on the early clocks. However, prior to around... View Product

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    American Clock Movement Replica

    American clock movement replicas are not the same quality as the original but solves the problem. Thus, the clock will be working and striking as it should in a short time. Of course, these movements are made in India but are close in size to many of the American time strike units made between 1900 and 1950. Think of them... View Product

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    Clock Movement Parts Information

    All clocks need some sort of power to run them. This power can come from a battery, or electricity, or a clock weight. It might even be a wind-up mainspring. Clockworks.com provides clock movements with each of these power options. The following will have a wealth of clock movement parts information. To build a clock from scratch, all of the... View Product

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