Collected on this page are all of the downloads for the clocks. This includes the drawings for the clocks in PDF format which are available for free. Simply click on the highlighted link under Free Files. You will need to have Adobe Acrobat loaded for the files to be opened so if you don’t have it you will need to get it loaded. You will need to wait a few seconds for anything to appear but be patient it will appear.
Remember you are only purchasing the files for the clocks not prints of the drawings.
The premium files are arranged under the clock headings and offerings vary for each clock.
We do not keep any personal details of our customers on this site, if you require to purchase any of the files available for the Clocks, use the PayPal button against the clock you require and you will be re-directed to a secure Papal site where you can make the purchase securely using either PayPal or Credit Card.
Having completed the details you should be taken to a page from which you can download the files. This should happen automatically and you can download your files immediately. If it doesn’t happen, then contact me through the contact form, and I will send you the file page as soon as I get the email. I’m not here all the time but I will send the files within the next 24 hours. If you lose the page before completing your download, use the back button on your browser to get back to it again.
If you do not see the files in your Inbox then look in your Spam files to see if your email has sent them there.
I should in fairness point out that these clocks are not easy to build and can be a challenge, particularly if you don’t have all the kit needed to build them. A Scroll saw, or Bandsaw or CNC router, being at the top of the list followed by Lathe for the round bits. So please don’t be put off by this just be aware that the build is a challenge.
Finally these files are available for your own personal use so that you can construct a clock for yourself or for a family member, but they can not be used for construction of a clock for you to sell for personal gain, further you are not permitted to distribute the files either physically or by using the Internet to distribute them electronically.
The above files are free, they will allow you to print out the drawings or parts of drawings at full size so that you can cut them out and stick them to your work piece and cut around them with a Scroll Saw to make all the parts for your clock.
If you are successful in doing this and enjoyed the process, or even if you think it would be just fair to do so, you could make a donation here to the retired old designer (me), for the work that went into the design and development of the plans originally. Thank you.
The Easy and Hard Selection
Files for Clocks 21 and 33 including all the files you would get if you bought them individually. That means 2D DXF, 3D STP and PDF instructions.
The Beginners Clocks – DXF Files
Files for Clocks 30 and 31 including all the files you would get if you bought them individually. That means 2D DXF, 3D STP and PDF instructions.
The Inch Ones – DXF Files
Files for Clocks 24 and 25 including all the files you would get if you bought them individually, That means 2D DXF, 3D STP and PDF instructions.
Clock 1, 2, 4 and 5 DXF Files
For those clock builders who will be using CNC to cut the profiles the DXF files for this clock and Clocks 2, 4 and 5 are available here.
Clock 3 and 7 DXF and PDF Drawing files in imperial units
The DXF files for Clocks 3, 7 & 8B along with an unrestricted version of the drawing in PDF format that can be printed at full size.
Clock 6, 9, and 10 DXF and PDF Drawing files
The DXF files for Clocks 6, 9 & 10 along with an unrestricted version of the drawing in PDF format that can be printed at full size.
Clock 12, 14, 16 and 17 DXF and PDF Drawing files
The DXF files for Clocks 12, 14, 16 & 17 along with an unrestricted version of the drawing in PDF format that can be printed at full size.
Clock 15 + Gears for Projects + Mechanisms DXF and PDF Drawing files
The DXF files for Clocks 15 + Gears for Projects + Mechanisms along with an unrestricted version of the drawing in PDF format that can be printed at full size.
If you have problems reading the DXF files, you could try using DraftSight.
This is a full 2D drafting package available free from Dassault Systems developers of SolidWorks and Catia.
Another good 2D drafting program is LibreCad.
One of the main problems Clock builders have is loading DXF files into their CNC software. The usual problem is that the software is expecting to see an older version of the file, if this is the case use DraftSight to change the file version to revision 12. Do this by loading the file into DraftSight and then saving it again at revision 12.