A simple stand to make it easy to reassemble a key-wound alarm clock after cleaning its parts.
To use: fasten the four posts of the clock's movement to the front plate, using the movement's nuts. Lay the front plate on the stand so that the 3 tubes of the stand fit the tall screws of the 3 posts of the movement, and the fourth tube (without a hole) rests against the plate. Then the plate will stay level and off the table top as you place the movement's wheels into the plate.
In repairing cheap bedside alarm clocks, I found my usual stands didn't fit their smaller movements. This stand holds the front plate of such a clock face down and level, to keep the pivots from being pushed out of place by the desktop as I place the wheels into the plate.
I designed the stand to fit the movements of "Advance" and "Organtick Geneva Clock Company" cheap key-wound alarm clocks. Because these clocks seem to be copies of older designs, it may fit older alarm clocks as well.