Advanced Scroll Saw Clocks: Measured Drawings for Five by John A. Nelson
By John A. Nelson
Vintage scroll observed clocks promote for $5,000 to $8,000. This new trend assortment outlines the stairs and strategies essential to reflect those best collectibles. Full-sized styles for every clock are supplied and every trend is proven in complete colour.
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Next we want to be sure that the slot we cut is the same size as the thickness of our wood. It isn’t safe to assume that the 3⁄4" material really is that size, so use a piece of scrap to get the size right, even if the material is too thick or too thin. Draw a line to represent one edge of the notch, and slide the blade of the square over to barely cover the line. Holding the square firmly in place, the scrap is placed against it, and a pencil line is drawn against the scrap’s edge as seen in the photo (top).
After some design work with French curves, we produced this version of the shutters. They are astonishingly quick and easy to build with a minimum number of tools, off-the-rack pine and hinges. The most complex part of this project is in the planning. Begin by measuring carefully the height and width of your window opening. Measure at the top, bottom, left and right. Now you need to figure out how wide your boards should be to do little or no ripping. All dimensional stock is undersized. 59 #819060, $2 ite pine boards, 4 • 1 × 6 × 8' select wh No.
The last adjustment to make is to put the stop collar on the drill bit. When you drill the pocket hole, you need to control the depth so that the pointed end of the screw doesn’t come out on the finished side of your work. With 3⁄4"-thick material, a good place to start is with the end of the drill bit about 1⁄8" above the surface of the jig. The screw will make its way through that last 1⁄8"; if you set the bit to go entirely through it can leave a little bump on the bottom that may keep the joint from coming together.