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PostPosted: November 16th, 2009, 7:12 am
by 4sigma
Yes, about 16 inches long.

PostPosted: November 16th, 2009, 9:44 am
by chesslo
with what length of paper?

Thanks in advance! :D

PostPosted: November 16th, 2009, 5:35 pm
by 4sigma
4sigma wrote:The width of the finished model is about 1/2 the width of the original rectangle. So for example if the original rectangle is 10 feet X 1 foot, the finished model will be about 1/2 foot wide.

:P

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: June 21st, 2013, 2:11 am
by Folds4Fun
I am stuck on step # 54. I can't get the folds to work together. How do the details work out? I don't get how the different layers can lay flat. #-o

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: June 24th, 2013, 11:34 am
by malifold
You fold the sides to the middle on top, and the bottom flap just squashes up... Check all the creases carefully and make sure they're all there. Maybe there was a mistake in the previous steps?

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: June 24th, 2013, 2:43 pm
by Folds4Fun
Thanks! That was helpful. I had gotten step 52 wrong. :D

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: June 15th, 2014, 8:26 pm
by stefo844
Hi, i need help with this Black Forest Cuckoo Clock, i can't understand step 43-44... Can you help me, with some photos maybe?

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: October 2nd, 2017, 7:34 am
by KONDAPAVAN
Hi i have made Robert langs Black Forest cuckoo clock upto 105 ....I have got confused while making from step 106 to 110 kindly if anyone knows how to make those steps ...can you make a video or image format for the model kindly help me to make it ????

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: November 23rd, 2017, 1:01 am
by NeverCeaseToCrease
Stefo, step 43 is actually very easy. I recomend folding the vertical blue line first, and then as long as the black line is precreased it should fall into place nicely. Step 44 is a little bit trickier.

Kondapavan, I'm guessing that the "neck" of your clock is really thick and hard to find the creases, right? Lucky for us, the neck gets completely hidden inside the clock when the model is completed. It doesn't have to be perfect. If you've gotten this far, I'm sure you can do it!

Welcome to the forum and good luck to both of you!

Re: Robert J. Lang - Black Forest Cuckoo Clock

PostPosted: May 24th, 2020, 5:13 am
by Ironmanlife
I am stuck at step 53 of the Cuckoo Clock. I just can’t figure out how to create those points. Anybody have videos, pictures or advice?

Thanks!!