I had to rebuild the anchor pivot again to center the anchor over the escape wheel and get the correct end-shake (how much the wheel moves back and forth between the plates). Hardening and bluing the pivot took a couple hours then I was able to finally assemble the clock.
Last steps before the function test were to pressure fit the minute wheel post. The hole I drilled was slightly too large so I was able to crimp it into the plate using the staking set which worked very nicely.
So my clock is now partially operational, but it still needs to be calibrated, hands installed, dial installed, finished, plated, polished etc. Before I accomplish any of this it must run for the estimated power reserve for seven days. Here's to hoping it's even still running on Monday when I return to class.
Lining up the gear-train
The working clock