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Ti clock tribute

Tsingtao_1903

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The Ti clock is a rare thing.  It is essentially a Tii clock; but, with the chrome bezel and the script Kienzle.  A faq member was looking for one...

 

I have a look-a-like clock.  It has the klunk-tic-tic movement, the chrome bezel and the script Kienzle.  However, it did not have the correct wire harness, the shroud and the mounting hardware.

 

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The shroud was modeled and 3D printed.  The thumbnut was also modeled and 3D printed.  I added the extra large chamfer to help with the blind installation.  The 3-pin clock connector was also 3D printed to make the harness.

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The clock housing was drilled to accept two 8-32 pressed in studs.  I made a little brass die to help with the studs installation.

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The clock was oiled, assembled and being run on the power supply to check timing.

 

 

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Not a problem. I did have a blog going on the project, but it disappeared yesterday! Hoping FAQ administrator will get it back up. And/or, I’ll post the picture to this blog. Aloha! Robert 

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