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  1. Mark

    Patreon

    Kindly message for support via the following link - I don't want to provide support via this forum as we may have to talk about personal details. https://www.watchrepairlessons.com/contact-us/ Thanks for your understanding.
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    Problems signing in

    I assume you are referring to Watch Repair Lessons website as you would not have been able to post this message here on the forum if you were not signed in. So, as I have mentioned in all the emails sent out, the topic posted in Patreon and the notice at the top of this forum, you need to CREATE an account on Watch Repair Lessons website in order to access it - it just takes a second to do, and your Patreon account will sync automatically assuming you use the same registered email, not sure what the problem is with doing that. Again, as mentioned many times in all the emails and notices, the video and lesson content should be separated from this forum so that this forum is not seen as a tool for me to sell my courses. I want and have always wanted the forum to be independent. The Lessons and content are one thing and this forum is another. This has been posted at the top of the forum for weeks now... This is posted in Patreon.... And also several emails have been sent via this forum and via Patreon. I have tried my best @Folkvisor However, If you are uncomfortable with the way I am structuring this then kindly let me know and I will sadly help to close your Patreon subscription.
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    Wishing you all the best for 2019

    Happy New Year Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  4. Dinner sorted... time to sleep Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  5. merged your old account - they are now one
  6. I can recommend carbide drills from eternal tools. See my second to last video on YT, repairing a broken pivot. and you will see They cut through like butter. Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  7. Sorry to say - neither of those lubricants have the correct properties to act as a braking grease.
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    Panasonic G7

    Panasonic G7 has its own native macro lens. It's a 30mm (So 60mm full frame equivelent). I use it as a regular prime though as I want to get in even closer with the camera further away. The solution for me was a Viltrox EF-M2 speedbooster and Canon EF macro 100mm and 60mm prime lenses. Both very sharp buy the 100mm is the most useful to me. Shoot in 4k and use a 1080p timeline in Davinci Resolve and you will be able to crop in even further. Or shoot in 1080p and use the Ex-tele function on the G7 which effective turns your lens into two primes. Side note - I recently upgraded to the GH5 and have not regretted it. But the G7 is an amazing camera so I decided to keep it - they compliment each other well. Hope this helps. Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  9. By request from a member who wishes to remain anonymous... Location: Middlesbrough - Linthorpe Road Brand: Goldsmiths Contract type: Permanent - Full Time https://ukcareers.thewosgroup.com/jobs/vacancy/trainee-watch-technician-1664/1682/description/
  10. My current favourite. I've been looking forward to this all day. No doubt followed later with a nip or two: It's winding down time folks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Nice. Thanks for the heads up Just ordered a copy - £15 from Amazon. Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  12. I've put some new designs in the store http://www.watchrepairtalk.com/watch-repair-tshirts.html/
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    Watch Building ETA 2892

    Using the 2892 movement, lets put together a nice looking wristwatch using all parts sourced from eBay.
  14. It's a very easy repair for any competent jeweller to be fair. Especially as it has not broken completely so does not need re-aligning. You should do a search on the NAJ website for a local jeweller... http://www.naj.co.uk/en/member-services/member-search.cfm
  15. Nice job. Just needs a 50 inch TV on one wall and a couch Hope you will be warm enough in the winter.
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    Help finding lathe collets

    What is the OD of the main shaft (not the threaded portion) it looks unusually large in comparison to the thread. It may be possible it can support 8mm collets in which case, you can just use a different draw bar. A universal drawbar may be the best bet - I have one from with a standard 8mm thread on one end and a WW on the other. The handle is adjustable along it's length and so will work in many configurations. I believe I purchased it from Sincere Clocks on eBay. Could be worth a look if the dimensions suit?
  17. Agreed, The correct place for members to introduce themselves is here... https://www.watchrepairtalk.com/forum/23-introduce-yourself-here/ Closing this thread to prevent further confusion
  18. All the modifications have now been made. I have made the welcome email more clear and I have made it clear on the Q&A forum that many members will consider it a politeness if people introduce themselves to the community first before diving in. The correct place to do this is here. Thank you for everybody participating in this thread and to @Endeavor for starting the discussion, some great ideas have been put forward and I hope we have set a workable system in place. To that end - I feel this discussion has served it's purpose and will now close it to further replies.
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    OT some larger scale craftmanship

    Great post - amazing talent.
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