Craftsman Style Mantle Clock

Issue number 199 of Woodsmith magazine featured a craftsman style mantle clock that was the perfect project for practicing a number of woodworking techniques on a relatively small scale project.

The particularly nice Craftsman style mantle clock in Woodsmith’s issue number 199 provided a good opportunity to practice mortise and tenon joints, slanted cuts on the table saw, and a few cuts with the dado blade. While I have no fireplace mantle, nor the money to buy anything other than pine, this was still a fun project. To get the tenons to turn out right I had to make them twice. Overall a very fun and educational build.

Clock frame front

 

Side of the clock frame

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About Ryan

Ryan is currently a National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratory. His research area includes Prognostic Health Management of Electronics. For more information please visit: www.rdlowe.com
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