If you've been looking for a nice set of plans to make your own working wooden gear clock, one place you might want to consider is this book, Wooden Clocks: 31 Favorite Projects & Patterns. The Wooden Gear clock project begins on page 120 of the book. The Wooden Gear Clock project is covered in detail over the course of 14 pages. The author, clock-maker Mark Tovar, shows step-by-step how to make this elegant and functional piece of kinetic sculpture. The book has clear, annotated templates for each part that tell you exactly at what percentage to enlarge them on a photocopier. Most of the plans are printed need only to be copied at their original size.
The gear clock plans alone are easily worth the price of the book. If you happen to like scroll saw projects, the book is full of the other clock-related project culled from the pages of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts magazine.
Here is where you can get Wooden Clocks: 31 Favorite Projects & Patterns.