Telephone Clock

I’m Michael Tyler and for more than 8 years I have been creating Vectric’s Free monthly projects. I’ve made everything from spring wreaths and mantle clocks, to snow sledges and cheeseboards.

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Telephone Clock

This elegant and fun novelty clock is based upon the antique Model 50AL candlestick phone introduced in 1919 - the first free-standing tabletop dial telephone. Thus, began the era of rotary dial telephone sets which would span most of the 20th century...

Michael Tyler's latest project features segmented construction for the handset and mouthpiece assemblies. Aspire’s two-rail sweep modeling tool was used to create these pieces and produce a great looking simulation of an antique candlestick telephone!

The finished dimensions of this project are approximately 5.6 " W x 5.4 " D x 12 " T.

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