hello i am interested if any one has some plans for cutting gears to assemble a small clock. I saw an interesting you tube video by a member i think that makes wooden clocks. My father was a master watch and clock maker / repair person for over forty years. I have an interest in cutting and assembling a small metal movement carved on a small mill with a 72 mm x y envelope so all the gears need to fit within range the thickness should be no problem
I can cut wax with a .0312 0.40" two flute cutter then cast the metal from the wax. in the future if I purchase the laser I posted about earlier I may make them in wood ( on a larger scale) if any one can help me i would appreciate it also I think it would be cool to do.