Clock repair tutorial. #15. Crossing out a clock wheel on a Pries panto-graph.

author James A. Lea The Village Clockmaker   3 год. назад
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The Village Clockmaker. Clock repair tutorial #21. Topping a crown wheel.

I have been repairing clocks for fifty years and would like to share some of the things I have learned over the years. With that in mind this will be a weekly video of the repair of what ever comes through the door of the shop. Over fifty years I have repaired a broad range of clocks from simple American mantle clocks to rare European automata clocks to early English table clocks so stay tuned and please subscribe, like and if you comment or have a questions, I will do my best to answer them. My web site address is www.jamesleaclocks.com.

Making gears by hand without machines - Part 1 - Kosmos

How did clockmakers and watchmakers arrive at the divisions in their gear wheel teeth before the invention of sophisticated tools? We can create very accurate divisions using only simple methods. In this part 1, I show how this is done, as also demonstrated at a horological exhibition last year. In part 2, I show how the teeth are actually cut and filed, by hand. This process has been used for at least a few thousand years. I first learned of it by watching Michael Wright, of the London Science museum demonstrate this on the BBC. The method has also been published in German and English horological reference books.

Rusty Pocket Knife Restoration

I was enjoy this restoration project. Its came out looking good. If you like the video, please smash that like button. Thank you for watching. Soon coming the next video. Peace.

Clock repair tutorial. #3. Cutting a new wheel for a barrel. Part 1.

I have been repairing clocks for fifty years and would like to share some of the things I have learned over the years. With that in mind this will be a weekly Monday night video of the repair of what ever comes through the door of the shop. Over fifty years I have repaired a broad range of clocks from simple American mantle clocks to rare European automata clocks to early English table clocks so stay tuned and please subscribe, like and if you comment or have a questions, I will do my best to answer them. My web site address is www.jamesleaclocks.com.

Clock repair #5. Cutting a new contrate wheel for a Carriage clock. Part 1.

I have been repairing clocks for fifty years and would like to share some of the things I have learned over the years. With that in mind this will be a weekly video of the repair of what ever comes through the door of the shop. Over fifty years I have repaired a broad range of clocks from simple American mantle clocks to rare European automata clocks to early English table clocks so stay tuned and please subscribe, like and if you comment or have a questions, I will do my best to answer them. My web site address is www.jamesleaclocks.com.

I have been repairing clocks for fifty years and would like to share some of the things I have learned over the years. With that in mind this will be a weekly Monday night video of the repair of what ever comes through the door of the shop. Over fifty years I have repaired a broad range of clocks from simple American mantle clocks to rare European automata clocks to early English table clocks so stay tuned and please subscribe, like and if you comment or have a questions, I will do my best to answer them. My web site address is www.jamesleaclocks.com.

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