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I love clockwork things. (I’ve built a couple of clocks myself) and so I am seriously impressed by the work of Chris Raynerd over at the raynerd.co.uk site. He’s only 28 and has already managed to equip himself with some excellent machining skills. Working in brass and steel, he’s replicated Webster Engines, and produced some rather nifty metal puzzles.

…and he’s currently working on Doctor Woodwards¬†Gearless Clock.

While you’re there, check out his milling/CNC rotary axis conversion . This is something I’ve been working on myself.

…*and* he lives close to my brother in Manchester, England (+10 cred right there).

Steve Hobley

Steve Hobley

This week, I have been mostly working on…

I’ve been tinkering around with bits of technology since I was five years old. I used to take the telephone apart at home, just to see how it worked.

After a couple of years I could even put it back together again – and sometimes it would continue to work.


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  1. Chido Sanchez on said:

    Something equally, if not more impressive:
    http://www.scale4x4rc.org/forums/showthread.php?t=63547

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