Irish Parlor Clock plan errors WJ Dec 88
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Greetings,
Part way through construction and I find what appear to be errors in dimensions.
Has anyone built the clock and found and resolved errors ?
This is Woodworkers Journal plan WJ 130 purchased from Rockwell.
Thanks, Jim.
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  Re: Irish Parlor Clock plan errors WJ Dec 88 by Jim1934 (Greetings, Part way...)
(02-24-2021, 07:30 PM)Jim1934 Wrote: Greetings,
Part way through construction and I find what appear to be errors in dimensions.
Has anyone built the clock and found and resolved errors ?
This is Woodworkers Journal plan WJ 130 purchased from Rockwell.
Thanks, Jim.

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  Re: Irish Parlor Clock plan errors WJ Dec 88 by Jim1934 (Greetings, Part way...)
(02-24-2021, 07:30 PM)Jim1934 Wrote: Greetings,
Part way through construction and I find what appear to be errors in dimensions.
Has anyone built the clock and found and resolved errors ?
This is Woodworkers Journal plan WJ 130 purchased from Rockwell.
Thanks, Jim.

I don't have your answer but I do have a question about why you have to use "*****" instead of spelling out clock. Did I miss a protocol lesson?

Good luck with your clock. I think it would be a good challenge project for me someday.

Birdseye Bill
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  Re: RE: Irish Parlor ***** plan errors WJ Dec 88 by Birdseye Bill ([quote='Jim1934' pid...)
(02-25-2021, 06:18 PM)Birdseye Bill Wrote: I don't have your answer but I do have a question about why you have to use "*****" instead of spelling out clock. Did I miss a protocol lesson?

Good luck with your clock. I think it would be a good challenge project for me someday.

Birdseye Bill
 Hi Bill- cannot answer. I have no idea how that happened. Wasn't intentional. Jim
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  Re: RE: Irish Parlor ***** plan errors WJ Dec 88 by Birdseye Bill ([quote='Jim1934' pid...)
(02-25-2021, 06:18 PM)Birdseye Bill Wrote: I don't have your answer but I do have a question about why you have to use "*****" instead of spelling out clock. Did I miss a protocol lesson?

Good luck with your clock. I think it would be a good challenge project for me someday.

Birdseye Bill

Perhaps he accidentally omitted the "L"
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  Re: RE: Irish Parlor ***** plan errors WJ Dec 88 by MstrCarpenter ([quote='Birdseye Bil...)
(02-26-2021, 09:38 PM)MstrCarpenter Wrote: Perhaps he accidentally omitted the "L"

Good guess. He did.

The spelling fix works for some articles but not for others.
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