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post #1 of 13 Old 06-17-2011, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Hello all,

I am a clock repairman in need of some woodworking expertise. I have a kitchen clock that is roughly 110 to 120 years old that needs some trim pieces made for it to match the original. I have contacted several people that say they can not do it here locally. I'll attach a picture of the profile of the trim with measurements. As you're looking at the picture there is a chip off of the top right corner. The top and bottom of the trim are actually identical, the chip makes the profile look different.
Can anyone do this?????
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post #2 of 13 Old 06-17-2011, 03:29 PM
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It helps if you include your location and a pic of the clock.And welcome.BW

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I am just finishing a set of Swan Neck moldings for a grandfather clock for a fellow in N.C.



I run a CNC machine and I can cut just about any shape you want.
I am limited by size to 16" x 22" x 8" H
PM me and we can discuss the detils.
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PM me and we can discuss the detils.
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My shop is in Culloden, WV. I'm currently in Savannah, GA with the military so I can't get you a picture of the whole clock just yet. I only need a piece about 20" to 24" long.
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I had a picture on my phone. Sorry for the poor quality.
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I had a picture on my phone. Sorry for the poor quality.
You might check your local lumber yard in their moulding section for a small beaded screen mouding. There might be a match.







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Already tried that.
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I have a junk email account that you could send something to. I had a notice of a message but it has disappeared .
Drop me a line at [email protected]
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