Clock Parts

Clockworks offers a variety of clock parts including clock movements, keys, pendulums, bobs, suspension springs, and more. We provide world wide to clock retailers as well with our wide selection of clock tools, repair guides and live chat support you will have no problem fixing your clock.

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The following are accessories that fit the quartz clock movements that Clockworks offers. There are many different types of quartz movements on the market, hence we specifically state these items are for the movements that we sell. Of course Clockworks encourages organizations to offer clock building as a fun project. Therefore, each product is available with bulk pricing for schools… View Product

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Mechanical clocks with a ratchet wheel use clicks. This can mean a spring driven clock or a weight driven clock. Clicks keep it wound in only one direction. Both have a ratcheting function as in a wheel being able to turn one way only. It spins one way and makes a clicking sound when this is done. That clicking sound… View Product

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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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By and large, replacing a lost pendulum part from its assembly is a process. It is more complicated than just matching up the broken pendulum part. Certainly, narrowing it down requires a different method than just observation. The following text will guide you through that process. First, identify the movement manufacturer. This is the beginning step to identify a lost… View Product

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Altogether, this is a description of the clock pendulum parts and components. Please use this as a glossary of the parts to a clock pendulum assembly. Knowing the correct terms for the various pendulum parts is helpful when locating replacements. We are pretty adept at deciphering descriptions of parts however knowing the name is always something we welcome. First, a… View Product

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The unstained wooden stick pendulum does not come assembled. This is the case so it can be stained, if so choose, and then put together. It can be left unstained, stained to match the clock case, or painted black. This is the most versatile style of all the pendulum. The parts that make up the complete pendulum are the top… View Product

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Grandfather Clock Moon Dials – Grandfather and grandmother clock phase of the moon dials spin one month per revolution. – Clockworks

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The following is a description of drilling a clock dial. Clock dials often only have the center hole for the clock hand post to come through. If using a spring driven mechanical clock movement, you need to drill holes in the dial. This is so the clock key will have access through the dial to wind the clock. This hole… View Product

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High-Torque clock hands are any minute hand over 5 inches. Of course, they need a strong battery movement known as High Torque. To get the correct size, measure the minute hand only, from the center of the mounting hole to the tip. You will receive one set of hands, minute and hour, from that one measurement. The hands we sell… View Product

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1. First, know who really made the movement. If the clock was made in Germany post WW2, it will be one of four makers. Hermle, Jauch, Kieninger, or Urgos. If none of these names are on the movement it is still, most likely made by one of these factories. They made movements for other clock makers who had their own… View Product

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These are the instructions for the dial to mount to the wood case instead of the movement on a Jauch clock conversion. If the dial attaches to the movement with four posts coming off the back of, this will have to change. There are two ways the dial mounts to the clock. The best scenario for the conversion is to… View Product

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The installation of the clock hands on a German mechanical movement is reverse of removal. If either the movement was replaced, or the hands are new, the minute hand must be adjusted. This is so it will point to the correct time when it chimes. First comes the hour hand as a friction fit. Put the hand on its round… View Product