Random Clock Talks Volume 5

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Watchmakers lathe - How to turn Basic Cuts

Hey guys, In this video I demonstrate how use the watchmakers lathe. I demonstrate taking five basic cuts that every watchmaker should know, using the gravers I sharpened in the previous video. When first using the watchmakers lathe, it is best to practice turning brass and then move onto carbon steel. This is essential knowledge for practical watchmaking, and also for the watchmaker who wishes to manufacture parts for the repair of watches and clocks. Please like, share, comment and subscribe and I will make more watchmakers lathe videos. Cheers Dean DK Music : Ronald Jenkees – Red Lemonade Remix Ronald Jenkees – Piano Wire Ronald Jenkees – Simpletank Ronald Jenkees – 7 Times Ronald Jenkees – 103 Degrees https://www.ronaldjenkees.com/mp3-store/

Repivot a platform escape arbor

This is a new technique to me, but so far it's been flawless every time. The carbide drill is 0.2mm, and I choose to file the pivot to size rather than use the lathe. This is just personal preference, it can be done either way.

Burnishing pivots & fitting a wheel

Isle of Man based watchmaker Roger Smith, describes the methods he uses to burnish pivots and to fit a wheel to its arbor.

How to service a Rolex at home.

a step by step guide to cleaning and fixing your Rolex watch at home.

The Watchmakers

An introduction to the exciting world of watchmaking. Relationships are made of special moments. When the time is right, memorable gifts are given and sometimes they become family heirlooms. When these gifts are maintained they can be passed down to the next generation creating tangible memories. That is where we come in... The Watchmakers.

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

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