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HaydenE

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  1. Had the idea pop in my head and did a few quick “Make your own skeleton watch dial”, ect. And tried searching here to no matching topics. So has anyone made a skeleton faced dial? How difficult was/could it be? Is it even possible to find the right parts? Thanks for any insight
  2. Thank you Nuce! Dferyance, that’s good to know. I forgot about about the dial feet. Ill have to also find how to get those put on the best way. Thats a good tip, I didn’t think of making them myself
  3. Also to add the first challenge I've had... Currently I've been struggling to match parts that work with one another. My idea involves using blank watch disks and then using this method to make my own watch faces http://www.thetimebum.com/2017/01/how-to-modify-watch-moflake-returns.html . Currently I've only found these blank disks and so far I've been struggling to match up movements and cases that fit any of the 4 options the website gives you. https://www.esslinger.com/watch-dials-blank-brass-dial-discs/. How do I know which movement and case will fit a certain size dial? Thanks for any help!
  4. Hello! I stumbled across the youtube channel after looking up "how to make your own watch", I had an idea pop in my head of how I can combine my two passions of cars and watches into a unique watch. Now I'm currently trying to research on how I can make this idea a reality. After doing some digging around about watch making I've become obsessed with how watches are but together and designed! Also shoutout to the watch repair channel, whenever I have time to kill instead of watching TV I've been watching his videos. Informative, interesting, and also relaxing in a way.
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