KARL GRIESBAUM WHISTLING MAN
This automaton need a repair to the lamppost and fix the wiring to the light
19TH CENTURY BAVARIAN AUTOMATON CLOCK
This clock was not functional and had damage to several areas, main drive belt was missing and automata mechanism needed repairing.
This Vikki Wood Automata was belt driven however it was unreliable and as it was going on display at the MAD Museum the decision was taken to convert it to a chain drive.
MUSIC PLAYER UPGRADE
This automata of a cowbay singing and playing his guitar used an old Sony Walkman that played music when 10p was inserted. The client purchased this at auction and wanted the music to play again as this was a gift for her husband.
WORM SCREW UPGRADE
This is on display at the MAD Museum and has been motorised to avoid damge. However due to it running contiuosly the wire worm screw needed strengthening...
THE OWL & PUSSYCAT
A Tim & Vicki Wood Automata from the Quest Collection "The Owl & Pussycat" No. 9 of 25. I was asked to repair damage to the automata, top of the trees was missing, the mast was snapped, and very dirty. The belt drive system was temperamental so it was replaced with a chain drive.
This was room name I made for my niece few years ago. The inlay work was done on a CNC machine. Click the button below to see a short video.