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The clock which is called "HIQ-TOKEI" in Japanese.
The thing which is necessary other than molding parts
D:3mm,L:110mm (vertical axis) ---- 1
D:3mm,L:105mm (minute hand axis) ---- 1
D:3mm,L:40mm (upper rod) ---- 2
D:3mm,L:85mm (lower rod) ---- 2
D:1.5mm,L:25mm (crown gear axis) ---- 1
D:1.5mm,L:58mm (gear66,gear80,gear72 axis) ---- 3
thin plastic pipe
D:4mm,L:15mm (spacer between 75 gears and 60 gears) ---- 1
Thin silk or cotton sewing thread
L:100mm (thread of escapement) ---- 1
small nut like M2
(Weight of the escapement) ---- 1
D:1mm,L:1500mm (rope of the weight for the power) ---- 1
Weight for the power
500g ---- 1
regulate the length of the thread and the weight of the weight so that gear66 makes it 1 round in one minute.
use two Nylon strings
connect a wind-up-grip to the second Nyloh thread.
:** Address of gratitude ***
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I thank people who developed these services.
-- Gear Model For 3D Printer(www.knowhave.com/gear/indexjp.php)
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