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Volume 5 of J.M. Huckabee's Random Clock Talks produced in 1990 in conjunction with AWCI. In this volume Mr. Huckabee provides a demonstration and discussion about drilling the arbor using Huck's "turning in a box" method and making a pivot. RE-pivoting, assembly of clock movements, and the watchmaker's lathe and accessories
The 8th video in the series Random Clock Talks. Making and fitting a replacement pinion for a clock wheel. Using the Milling Machine. Making rivets.
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.
In Volume 16, J.M. Huckabee presents an in-depth discussion about hairsprings and demonstrates how to vibrate a clock hairspring.
In Volume 18 of our random clock talks, J.M. Huckabee demonstrates the process of inserting a tooth into a clock wheel to replace a broken or damaged tooth.
The first in a series of videos on clockmaking topics from J. M. Huckabee