Sextus Clock - School Project - Woodentimes

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  1. alexjt

    alexjt New Member

    Oct 13, 2016
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    My name is Alex, I building my own clock for my A level project and need some help. I want to build a clock based off the Woodentimes clock called Sextus. Image here!
    So what I want to know is essentially all about it! In particular, how difficult you think it will be to change and have a total of three faces rather than one, which show seconds, mins and hours. And how the pendulum works. I calculated they are 500mm in length each, and so I think based on my little knowledge that because it has two pendulums then it add upto 1000mm or the normal length of a pendulum. (Sorry if its wrong!) But I would like to know if this is correct?

    Any questions please ask!
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    MrX Registered User

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