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Well after a year of building my skills and discovering good tools vs bad, I finally have a workspace that is comfortable and large enough to lay out all of my tools properly. A lot of advice I gleaned from Mark and this board so thanks to all865c775d316aac685e84ba7543181d62.jpg
 
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Its a 3.5X - 45X.  It works just great.  It has an 8" working distance and I use it for balance work and inspecting the mainplate and bridge jewels after cleaning.  You can actually see through a cap jewel into the setting if the ultrasonic removed all the old oil (oil bubble) if there was one.  

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