Clock Movement Test Stand

$105.00

Clock Movement Test Stand

An important piece of equipment for movement adjustments and repairs. Such a simple and most functional stand made for setting up and run clock movements.

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CT21: $105.00

Test Stand

A stand for testing clock movements during clock repair. It is a world of difference having the right tools. This is one of those simple tools that is a necessity to work on clocks. You can test a movement and make adjustments easy and at eye level. So much easier than attempting to do this when it is mounted in the wooden clock case. Works great on mantle or wall clock movements. Durable, practical, adjustable and well made.

Additional information

Weight6 lbs
Dimensions3 × 6 × 12 in

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billie hagin
9 months ago

i’m looking for books related to woodworks clock repair of the wooden movement late 1700 to early 1800’s clocks