Author Topic: Cardboard Clocks plans or blueprints request.  (Read 10043 times)


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Cardboard Clocks plans or blueprints request.
« on: May 07, 2008, 07:53:05 PM »
Dear Clock Makers Friends: 
Greetings from Caracas - Venezuela and congratulations for maintain an interesting forum dedicated to the Clock design and construction. 
The reason of this message is to request from you help to find material about paper or cardboard clocks, specially pendulum or verge and foliot clocks models.
Any material that you can send me will be useful: Pictures, blueprints or plans, in PDF or JPGE files formats. 
What is the purpose of my petition? I’m trying to assembling a detailed cardboard clock model in a governable size and that’s really works.
Please send information to my e-mail: [email protected]
Anticipated thanks for the help that you may be able to offer me; all materials are well received; 
J.P. Reinaldo

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Re: Cardboard Clocks plans or blueprints request.
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2008, 07:27:58 AM »
Take a look on this web site

Clockforum > General > General Discussion
Paper Clocks -- which ones are out there?        dcunningham2

There are 4 listed to begin your journey.

Visit John Tribe's site he made the Peace clock based on the Wrebbit Kit
Step by step

You can look on Ebay for the clock kit or one that look close is
at ebay search under cnc ------- CNC ART - clipart vector cutter dxf CAD CAM Router
The All Wood Clock - IT REALLY WORKS!    Item number: 160237851154

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Re: Cardboard Clocks plans or blueprints request.
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2008, 07:46:50 AM »
My first introduction to a paper clock was the cut-out book “Make Your Own Working Paper Clock” by James Smith Rudolf.  The ISBN number is 0-06-091066-6.  You can find it on Amazon here:

There is a great, stop-frame animation on YouTube showing the assembly of this clock book.  You can see it here:

Have fun with your project!
A clock that, by natural motions alone, indicates regularly equal divisions of time.

—Mateo de Alimenis Campani (1678)


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Re: Cardboard Clocks Thanks to all!!
« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2008, 07:55:47 AM »
OK, Thanks to all for reply my message.
It´s very interesting information for me, and inspirating for design my model.

J.P Reinaldo.