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  1. In this video I am servicing an IWC FA Jones mechanical wind watch movement. View full YouTube video
  2. Hi I am very impressed with the beautiful videos like Mark and all you other put up in this forum ... thanks for that. But since I also am curious by nature, I would like to hear which setup is used to record these movies, since I also want to record some over time.
  3. This is an excellent video on how to setup the correct grind angles on High Speed Steel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R0l6I1yrrk
  4. Had a broken case lug on this vintage watch today. I soldered it back together and thought I would make a video of my method.
  5. 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.
  6. This is one of the best workshop tour videos I've seen on "The Tube". Everything at Glashütte is made in-house, including a section that custom makes all the tools for the watchmakers ... a completely self-contained company, and the definition of "In-House". The facilities are par excellence, in true German fashion: where everything has a place, and is in it's place, maintained, perfect, pure and clean. What a joy it must be to work in such a place. Ah well ... we can all dream. For the enjoyment of my fellow obsessive compulsive watchmakers :) The world-famous Glashütte watchmake
  7. Just a quick video to show my method of re-aligning the hairspring on the balance staff correctly after prior removal, just in case you have not marked or noted where the stud is before removal. Hope it's helpful to someone :) Watch here...
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