The Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock Plan is a new challenge for the experienced sawyer. The Roman Cathedral Clock is a stately European style clock with many compound cuts. The Roman Cathedral Scroll Saw Clock Plan is a full size scroll saw pattern that comes on three sheets of 24" x 36" paper. This scroll saw pattern provides you with traceable patterns for the entire clock, easy-to-follow instructions and tells you what materials to use. This scroll saw pattern will require you to use 3/4" and 1/4" material of your choice, we used cherry. With the help of this scroll saw pattern you will be able to make this magnificent scroll saw clock with ease! When you have finished making your Roman Cathedral Clock is should measure 36 1/2" H x 19 1/2" W x 8 1/2" D.
Roman Cathedral Clock Components and Materials Needed
5 1/8" clock dial.
You can choose to use a compact quartz pendulum movement that has a max dial thickness of 7/8" with a threaded shaft length of 15/16".
You can also choose to use a 4 quarter chime pendulum movement with a max dial thickness of 5/8" with a threaded shaft length of 11/16"
pair of brass hands that measure 2 1/16".
2 pairs of 5/8" x 1/2" hinges.
2 brass teardrop knobs that measure 3/16" dia x 5/16" H.
1/4" hardwood or plywood (pictured is Cherry).
3/4" Plywood for base.
All sales are final on plans. Refund and warranties are not available.