11-22-2016, 05:59 PM #1
Making Handmade Horological Screws
I thought I would share my experience in making small handmade screws. The screw is made from water hardening silver steel (drill rod) has a M1.0 thread, Ø2mm head and a total length 3mm.
I struggled capturing the blueing process this time as my head would get in the way of the camera as I was trying to see what I was actually doing, or I had my blueing pan off camera or out of focus.
Anyways hopefully this is useful to someone
Have a great day.
11-24-2016, 10:27 AM #2
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Re: Making Handmade Horological Screws (By: ddkhalaji)
Very well done. Thank you.
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