Hi, my name is Chris, I`m a model engineer and have currently been building Dr Woodwards Gearless Clock which is getting near to complete.
ve always had an interest and desire to have a sponsors stamp and register with the assay office here in the UK. I believe the stamp can be purchased for about £70 but you have that for life and to register for 10 years(!) is very reasonable. I totally understand that this is not necessary and would work out very expensive for both the silver and the process of hall marking but Im curious if anyone has gone through the process and any advice or info you could give me.
m considering trying to introduce the use of a silver part somewhere in the clock just to fulfill this idea but I cant even imagine yet what I would make. I
ve considered the hands which are at the top of my likely list at present. A bezel around the rim face would be nice but I think too big and too awkward to make. Im sure I can come up with something!
This could all be a pipe dream but I`d like to hear anyones input.