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General Discussion / Can a clock keep itself wound?
« Last post by jamesmatheson on September 29, 2017, 05:10:55 AM »
Thank you for letting me join.
I am trying to have made a gear system to prove a clock can keep itself wound.

There are no more clock maker in Canada

So I am trying my very best to use clocks to help with sceince.

I am trying to show that if a 30 pound spring
Keeps a 10 pound spring rewound
That if geared correctly
The 10 pound spring can keep the 30 pound spring rewound
And it will run continuously

Takes some gear cutting and assembly . Hopefully someone will be able to do.

Here is a picture
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-Dtnj6udoK1RXlOSmNZM0JmSkxTdXhHX0ZieUhiTExURlYw/view?usp=drivesdk

It says 5 pounds but it's meant to be 10 pounds or anything the 30 pound spring can keep wound to operate continuously.

A chime releases 60 grams longer than a time movement ( on average with no regulator a chime works 20 minutes and a time movement works 5 minutes)

If 60 grams is the rewinding force 
then a chime set to release 60 grams can rewind a movement of any strength as long as it rewinds at less than 60 grams.

So if a 30 pound spring  with a time movement with bigger gears is set to rewind at 60 grams in 5 minutes.

Then a 10 pound spring with a chime movement that releases 60 grams for 20  minutes can rewind the 30 pound spring and the 10 pound spring will have 15 minutes of strength left over.

So a 30 pounds spring that rewinds in 5 minutes at 60 grams
Can be rewound by a 10 pound spring set to release 60 grams for 20 minutes

This has stumped everyone in all of Canada and I am hoping you will break this mystery for the 35 million people in Canada who can't make a clock

You will be helping a lot more than only the clock industry

Please help us with this

Your time is truly appreciated


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Other escapements / Re: gravity escapement
« Last post by Onisaki on September 20, 2017, 03:20:00 AM »
Your information, I strongly agree.
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Gallery / Re: New clock
« Last post by Onisaki on September 20, 2017, 03:19:12 AM »
I like your information a lot.
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Bearings / Re: Bearings for a wooden clock?
« Last post by jrbeall on July 12, 2017, 06:23:36 AM »
I recently completed a wooden version of the "Big Wheel Skeleton Cock" by John Wilding.  I used ball bearings for the big wheel and delrin for the rest.  I found that 8 leaves was just too small for the first pinion so I doubled it to 16.  It was in the power train so had no affect on the time train.  I used a pair of constant force springs for power and the clock surprised me by running 12 days on a full wind.  I don't know how long it will last but is has kept good time so far.  I used a .04 English module so I didn't have to raise the ceiling.
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Bearings / Re: Bearings for a wooden clock?
« Last post by Merwan on July 07, 2017, 11:58:43 PM »
Me too !
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General Discussion / Re: Question Re: John Pickron's Clock Designs
« Last post by Zerlinda on June 08, 2017, 01:31:16 AM »
I am a novice, see everybody's discussion I learned a lot of knowledge, I will study for a long time
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General Discussion / Re: Need drawing software recommendations
« Last post by Zerlinda on June 08, 2017, 01:28:21 AM »
You definitely put a brand new spin on a subject that has been discussed for many years. Excellent stuff, just excellent!it depends on your goal.
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Bearings / Re: Bearings for a wooden clock?
« Last post by Zerlinda on June 08, 2017, 01:21:35 AM »
Very fond of, I have been looking for
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Wheels and pinions / Re: Wheel/Gear confusion
« Last post by panistefanin on June 05, 2017, 08:09:16 AM »
Hello! this complex question. Here it is necessary to think ...
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