Hardware Kits for clocks that you build
We have several projects in the Carvewright Pattern Depot for CarveWright owners to purchase and build with their Carvewright CNC, including unique wood gear clocks. Visit the Carvewright Pattern Depot to purchase the clock projects.
In addition to the wood parts that you make, you'll need some hardware to build your clock. We offer hardware kits for our wood clock projects. These kits contain all the hardware - brass tubing, screws, and electronics - that you'll need to complete your clock.
If kits are in stock, we normally ship within 2-3 business days. Otherwise, shipping is typically within 2 weeks.
Standard shipping in the US is Priority Mail at a cost of $7.65 Call or email for shipping outside of the US, or you will be billed extra shipping charges.
These are hardware only kits; you'll need to make all of the wood parts yourself using projects from the Carvewright Pattern Depot and a Carvewright CNC machine.
Even though every moving part of this clock is exposed for all to see, many find what makes it tick a complete mystery! The secret is a magnet embedded in the bottom of the pendulum, and a battery-operated electrical coil hidden in the base. But you don't have to tell your guests that - make them guess! Wood gear clocks can be finicky to get and keep running accurately, but this one is quite robust. And, with the available advanced microcontroller drive circuit, it is also very accurate.
Synchronicity is a pendulum wall clock that features a second hand. All of the moving parts are exposed so you can see it operate. A magnet hidden in the back of the pendulum is repelled by an electromagnet hidden in the base to give the pendulum a gentle push each swing to drive the clock. Advanced electronics measure pendulum speed and make small adjustments to keep timekeeping accurate.
This design won the 2013 "Everyone's a Winner" Carvewright contest.
Filigree is an ornate pendulum desk clock. All of the moving parts are exposed so you can see it operate. A magnet hidden in the back of the pendulum is repelled by an electromagnet hidden in the frame to give the pendulum a gentle push each swing to drive the clock. Advanced electronics measure pendulum speed and make small adjustments to keep timekeeping accurate. The clock is powered by an AC adapter with optional battery backup.