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  1. I’m working on the hands for the pilot watch I’m building. 5 attempts to apply lume and has proven to be difficult. The airbrush gives me good professional results but the lume is a challenge.
  2. Dear all, I am putting together a gift watch and have an undifferentiated Asian movement (I believe ETA clone) that looks to take a size 18 second sweep. I have a set of what I think are 120/90/20 or 120/90/22 hands from a practice movement that I want to strip and paint for the watch. The hour and minute hands fit nicely, however the second sweep is clearly too big. I took my tweezers and squeezed the hole at three angles and made a very crude hexagon out of the second sweep hole. It now appears to fit and at least turns with the movement. Has anyone tried this? It seems like it i
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