Repair an older clock or make a Pendulum or Westminster Chime Clock with the Highest Quality Parts. Great projects to work on any time, pendulum and chime clocks are fine additions to any home that continue to be popular.
Our thanks to Steve Good of Scroll Saw Workshop for this video. The pattern for this modern Pendulum and Chime Clock can be found on the July 2nd Blog Entry.
This video shows the pendulum action, plus let's you here the sound of the clock chime.
Browse the variety of replacement clock movements and choose from a pendulum or Westminster chime motor, or clockworks that combine the Westminster Chimes with a Pendulum.
Included with each Clock Mechanism purchase:
1) Free 15" Pendulum Rod and Bob with Each Pendulum Clock Movement Purchased. (3 bob diameters to choose from - scroll down for options)
2) Free Clock Hands up to 4.5" with each Standard Westminster Chime or Pendulum Clock Movement. Click here for the selection of free clock hands. Clock hands 5" and longer are sold separately and require High Torque (High Power) Clock Motors.
3) Mounting Hardware and Hanger. (many companies charge extra for the hangers)
1) First choose the type of clock - Do you want just a pendulum, just a chiming clock motor, or a combo?
2) For pendulum clocks we have variations - the slim profile clock mechanisms that take AA-Cell batteries, or the C-Cell driven clock motor whose batteries will last longer.
3) Want to run longer clock hands on your pendulum clock? Then choose a High Torque Option. High Torque Clock motors will run hands up to 18" and a pendulum rod up to 25" long. Longer Clock Hands (5 inches and up) and 25" pendulum rods are sold separately.
4) Our sizing of each pendulum / chime clock mechanism is based on the dial thickness that the hands shaft will go through. Our customers can add material or router/thin out material to adjust. For example, Q-25 below is a Westminster Clock Motor suitable for a clock dial face material that is 3/8" thick. (Click here for helpful info about choosing the correct clock movement and hands for your project)