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  1. hi! how are you? I have just bought an old staking tool just like the one you are showing. It is quite complete, and although it needs some cleaning, I am really happy to see it´s full of punches and stumps. I would like to know If you could share with me the user´s manual since the ones I´ve found online are all in german and I can´t understand them. Although Spanish in my first language I don´t have any problem reading english. Sorry for the request, I hope you don´t mind me asking for this. Hope you the best! Greetings from Argentina!
  2. Hi! I´m sorry to bother you for this, but I just got a vintage Boley staking tool and I was wondering if you have the user´s manual of yours to share it with me. I hope you don´t mind me asking for it, all the ones I found online are in german and I don´t understand any of it. I hope you can help me. Thank you a lot!
  3. hi everyone! I would like to know how have your timegrpher been working so far, I am thinking about getting one of those, but I still dont know if I should get N. 1000 or N. 1900. It would be my very first timegrapher... Any recommendation?
  4. Hi everyone! I am looking to get a new cheap timegrpaher, I am just a hobbist and I would like to get one useful piece at a low cost since I am from Argentina and the argentinian peso is really devaluated. I have seen some chinese models on Amazon and Ebay (US) and I am interested in the N.1000 or N.1900... My question i... is there any of these chinese brands anny better than the other? Weishi, Otoolworld, Mophorn? I hope ou can helpp me, thank you so much!
  5. Wow, thank you so much for this help dadistic, I think I will start looking for an ultrasonic cleaner soon. Thanks again and happy watchmaking!
  6. Hello everybody, thank you for your welcome, It took me a couple of minutes to realize that more than one person had answered my post. I was really happy to read your answers, you´ve encouraged me to start asking, posting and digging into the forum older threads. Wish you all the best! And "happy watchmaking" (loved that phrase)
  7. Hi Sperki77, thank you for your welcome! I´m sure I will learn a lot here! Happy watchmaking!
  8. Hi! thank you for all what yo'u share with us! I am new on watch repairing, just as a hobby. I had never known there were things such as ultra sonic cleaners, thus, I would really appreciate that any of you helped me with these questions... 1) Should an ultrasonic cleaner be enogh to clean watches when you just do it as a hobby? 2) Do all ultra sonic cleaners come with a "basket" so that the pieces you place in don´t touch the bottom? 3) Although it would work with water and detergent, is there any special solution to clean watch parts with an ultra sonic cleaner? 4) Should
  9. I took note of that list you shared, I will see which can I take to try my very first service, I´m making a list of materials and basic tools to perform thee task. Thank you all for your posts!
  10. Hi everyone! I´ve read all what you´ve been talking about here and still have to read the other thread about oiling and lubricating, I really thank you for your help! I´ve learned a lot with this reading!
  11. Hello everyone! I am Santiago and this is the first time for me in a forum. I have always loved watches but since I found an spanish-language facebook group on vintage wristwaches the past year I´ve started to become obsessed with them. They are fascinating. I came across this forum through the Watch Repair Channel on youtube. I have been searching for a watchmaking school here in Argentina and I couldn´t find any but a couple of places where they give "watch repair" courses. However, I am really interested and until I start attending any of those, I decided to go all by my self in the le
  12. Hello everyone! I am Santiago and this is the first time for me in a forum. I have always loved watches but since I found an spanish-language facebook group on vintage wristwaches the past year I´ve started to become obsessed with them. They are fascinating. I came across this forum through the Watch Repair Channel on youtube. I have been searching for a watchmaking school here in Argentina and I couldn´t find any but a couple of places where they give "watch repair" courses. However, I am really interested and until I start attending any of those, I decided to go all by my self in the le
  13. Thank you for your welcome, I am a new member from Argentina and I am here to learn! Hi everyone!
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