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Master Watchmaking – a course by Thomas B. Sweazey, Watchmaking Chicago School founder. Help you in understanding of the common tools used in watchmaking, to assist you in the oftimes difficult task of ordering materials.

Taking Movement From Case. Polish the Case. Replace Movement.

Using a Screw Driver. Use Tweezers

Practical Elementary Training

Screw Bezel and Screw Bach Cases. Swing Ring Cases

Open Face Cases. Position of the Lip

Case Screws. Modern Casing. The Hunting Case

Chuck holders, gravers, saw

The Watchmaker’s Lathe

Truing calipers, balance screw cutters, overcoiling tweezers

Watchmaker’s staking sets

A Practical Staking Set for Beginners

The staking tool, punches, stumps

Friction jeweling tools

Watch tags, roller jewels, pivot rounder, screw head file

Cannon pinion, roller jewel setter, shellac

Needle files, pegwood, pithwood

Watch oil, oilstone powder, cleaning solutions, demagnetizer

Brushes & watch oilers

Flat file, Bench block, blower, jewel pusher

Mainspring winder, micrometer, hand remover

Polishing paste, cement, paraffin, spring bars

Ligne gauge, clock oil, crystal material

Bench keys, Sleeve wrenches, pliers

Sizes of American Watches. Casing of Pocket Watches

Working Surface. Light.

Table or Bench. Watchmakers Auxiliary Home Bench.

Watch Repairing. Master the Larger Sizes.

Tools: screwdrivers, tweezers, loupes

Tools: bench, tool chest, lamps, case openers
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