Escapement Paddle from Clock

by NumberSix, published

Escapement Paddle from Clock by NumberSix Mar 8, 2013

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(I've had a request to share this part)
This is a modified Escapement Paddle for use with 30 tooth escapement wheel, found within the Sketchup file on the original Clock files. This combined with the matching escapement wheel allows the clock to run nearer real time. I would still say the whole thing is a bit experimental. Detail on my experience of building the whole clock is found on my blog --> http://numbersixreprap.blogspot.co.uk/search?q=clock

20151216 - added 1minute Escapement.stl to here for convenience as the one in the original source Sketchup file didn't have a hole in the middle. This one does.


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