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  1. Made a soundproofing box for timing watches and pocket watches. I will be able to pick in the box and simply place it in the various positions. Used faux leather for the lining, after I took out the OEM conformed stuff. Then I glued in patches of the leather to reform the empty box. Then I took some foam from one of my big pelican type cases and formed an opening in the middle with an area for a pocket watch pendant. Then more faux leather over the bottom foam. And finally foam on the top. Should be a very quiet box. If not I will redo the foam with acoustic foam:) Used an old invicta bo
  2. Just uploaded a new video. this one concentrating on correcting beat error.
  3. I have just posted a new vid on YouTube. This one takes last weeks video a bit further and shows the basic operation of a Timegrapher timing machine.
  4. I am continuing with my restoration of early IWC Cal. 64 and Cal 64T watch movements. Even after cleaning and oiling the timing is often out by more than the index lever can accomodate. Today the movement was running slow, however, the timing screws on the balance were each 3 turns unscrewed. This provided me with the necessary adjustment to increase the beat rate. But it can be a fiddly job, particularly for my unsteady hands. Here is my solution - a small clamp to hold the balance while I turn the screws with a 0.5 mm Horotec driver : The base is milled out of Delrin (Nylon), the finger cl
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