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It's available here: https://forum.carvewright.com/showthread.php?17794-Make-Gears-with-Radial-Vector-Generator&p=149795#post149795 You may need to create a login to access it.
I assume this is the software that you want:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MrQKNJ9q-Y7oA-6oJnJ5cIhsjBkgo9lx/view?usp=sharing
The electronics and software are described in detail in this Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/A-wood-gear-clock-with-a-unique-drive-mechanism/ You can get the electrinics from me at carveshop.com.
Probably not powerful enough for this clock. Also, my electronics use a microcontroller to slightly speed up or slow down the pendulum to keep accurate time. It is unique in this regard.
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No, sorry. I designed with Carvewright software, and there is no ability to export dxf.
Great job on your clock! The leaf switch modification is cool. The open case also lets people see into the mechanism.