The Brew Tipper

Your existence without the Brew Tipper is a worrisome predicament – a glaring character flaw worthy of serious and lengthy self-reflection – problematic at best; delinquent at the very least.

Discard the Cuisinarts and all those other single-use kitchen items free loading on expensive kitchen real estate. They have been relegated to the trash heap of history.

Make room for the Brew Tipper – your trusty and loyal assistant who will henceforth march triumphantly by your side.

This is not my design. It comes from Clayton Boyer who has a fantastic array of clocks and kinetic models to choose from: Wooden Gear Clock Plans by Clayton Boyer

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That came out great James, thanks for posting!

I have two plans by Clayton I purchased and gathered the materials for, now that the Holidays are winding down I hope to get back in the shop and work on a long list of projects I have lined up.

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At first I thought is was stupid, until I read your description. NOW I WANT ONE!

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Oh man that is awesome. I need to check out his other designs as well.

That is awesome!!! Good job!

Ok, I kept coming back to this one… so, I was looking at clayton’s site… bought one of the really cool clock plans… now just need the time to build it between all the other projects.

Oh nice! I have a clock plan on the back-burner too. Let’s do it before the year ends!

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I’m hoping to! Which one are you going to build? I’m going to build the simplicity with the rewind gear and chime options.

I got the Genesis. I was thinking of trying to mount it outside on a fence or something.

I love when the clock is a little more enigmatic and becomes part of the landscape or room…As if it has broken free and become it’s own character! The two images on the top of this page are fantastic.

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Very interesting mounting it outside. :thinking:
How would you seal it from the weather, snow and ice etc?

Clayton doesn’t advocate varnishes and finishes in terms of friction but i think because the Genesis is pretty simple – I was going to use marine ply with West System Epoxy and/or Epifanes. Epifanes is really great if you dilute it a little and put it in on very thinly (and watch out for drips!). I bet PVC (versatex) would work without any treatment but it’s bit plastic looking for my taste.

Well, i now have most of what i need to start the clock build. A welcome break from cabinet doors for a bit.

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