One of the most rewarding aspects of designing and producing our clock kits and plans is hearing from you, our customer.
It means a lot to us to know that you have enjoyed making your wooden gear clock.
We really appreciate it when our customers take the time to share their thoughts with us.
"Also I wanted to mention that I have been a professional plastic fabricator for over 30 years, and have sold 100's of thousands of dollars of plastic laser cut parts in addition to millions of dollars of cnc machined wood and acrylic. I would like to tell you that your 'kit' is one of the finest laser cut examples that I have ever seen. The design and fit of parts is amazing."
"Thank you so much, I think it's really cool that you are so helpful and responsive. "
"Very nice clock! Enjoyed the kit and the challenge."
"I have made your clock gears, with a twist, my lay out and stand. Never touched a file to it. Runs perfect. Thank you [for] your great clock."
"My Ascent clock kit arrived about a week ago. Very nice kit. I enjoyed building it."
"I just finished building the Ascent clock and I want to tell you it runs great. . . . Great kit! Keep up the good work."
"This is the first time I have assembled laser cut wood parts and I am most impressed with the fit of everything."
"I would just like to say that your plans and instructions for your Serpentine clock were great. I built the clock totally from the plans and it is running like a clock 😉 This was the first wooden gear clock I ever built as well as the first scroll saw project I ever done. . . . I would love to build another one of your designs."
"This is the second clock we have purchased from you. My husband loves putting them together and they are a stunning addition to our home."
"The clock is wonderful. . . . My 13 year old is fascinated with the clock - which was part of the reason for doing this project. I am totally amazed that the clock actually works. It is an elegant design. It is wonderful that in this age of digital brute force dumned down technology - we are still able to have an elegant, useful mechanical device - thanks to your artestry, skill and hard work. It is really your clock - and it is a fine achievement, elegant yet simple enough for the average person to assemble."