St_George Logo Building wood gear
clocks since 1971
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Assembly
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  Clock Detail PAGE 2. ESCAPEMENT SWING ARM
  • Apply a small amount of glue along the top of both cross bars #6. (Do not get glue on ends)
  • Sprinkle the fine sand grit (supplied) onto the glued surfaces.
  • Press the swing shaft #38 into escapement pawl #43.
  • Insert swing shaft #38 into the upper column #4.
  • Slide swing bar egg #42 onto swing shaft #38.
       (There should be about 1" of shaft left)
  • Insert (2) cross bars #40 into the swing bar egg #42.
       (Adjust egg till it is at 90 deg. to flat on pawl #43)
  • Thread nylon line #54 through small hole in swing shaft knob #39.
Clock Detail
 
PAGE 2. BACK PLATE
  • Attach lower column #3 to back plate #1 with screw #26.
  • Attach upper column #4 to back plate #1 with screw #26.    (The smaller diameter cross hole must face down)
    Use swing shaft #38 to align hole with back plate #1.

Clock Detail
  • Press swing shaft knob #39 onto swing shaft #38 trapping nylon line #54.
       (Do not press all the way, adjust latter)
  • Press the top shaft #25 into back plate #1.
       (Hole must line up with swing shaft #38)
  • Thread nylon line #54 through small hole in top shaft #25.
  • Pull nylon line #54 over end of top shaft #25 and secure with knob #36.
       (Swing shaft knob #39 should be about 1/8" from top shaft #25)
  • Slide (2) weights #55 onto cross bars #40.
  • Press (2) end knobs #44 onto cross bars #40.

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