This is a Solidworks design of what will someday be a working skeleton clock. I drew up the designs in the summer of 2007 inspired by a street clock I had seen on Market St. in downtown San Francisco. The design was done for a few reasons, including to learn Solidworks, learn how clocks work, and hopefully to make the clock at work. Most of the parts, gears included, were designed so that they could be made on a waterjet machine. I'm just too lazy to mill all of those gears at home.
The escapement is of the same basic design as the street clock on Market St. (I can't remember the crosstreet, but it's downtown), however that is where the two designs diverge. The clock is driven by the dropping of two weights, and has no provision for a seconds hand or chimes. As of 2009, I have yet to start building it, however plans do still exist to being the project, when my next major chunk of free time arises. Until then, it's just a pretty CAD file on my computer.
The CAD files for the clock are in the .zip file linked below. The file is ~9mb, and all of the files are Solidworks 2005.