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  1. #1
    Per T
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    Default Amateur Watchmaking - A NEW BOOK

    AMATEUR WATCHMAKING

    The purpose of the book is to help you to the skill
    level where you can start to disassemble and re-assemble
    a watch movement by understanding the different
    parts, their names, and functionality.

    The book will also guide you in the process of choosing
    the right tools and help you over the main obstacles when
    working with one of the world’s smallest and most
    sophisticated machines, including cleaning and oiling.

    After having read the book you will not be a professional
    watchmaker but you might be in the process of becoming
    one, or you might have found – as myself – a very
    deep satisfaction being an amateur watchmaker.

    More about the book including sample pages, see link below

    Amateur Watchmaking

  2. #2
    Per T
    Guest

    Default Amateur Watchmaking - A NEW BOOK (RE: Per T)

    AMATEUR WATCHMAKING

    The purpose of the book is to help you to the skill
    level where you can start to disassemble and re-assemble
    a watch movement by understanding the different
    parts, their names, and functionality.

    The book will also guide you in the process of choosing
    the right tools and help you over the main obstacles when
    working with one of the world’s smallest and most
    sophisticated machines, including cleaning and oiling.

    After having read the book you will not be a professional
    watchmaker but you might be in the process of becoming
    one, or you might have found – as myself – a very
    deep satisfaction being an amateur watchmaker.

    More about the book including sample pages, see link below

    Amateur Watchmaking

  3. #3
    Mike Kearney
    Guest

    Default Amateur Watchmaking - A NEW BOOK (RE: Per T)

    Hi, Per. Best wishes on your new book. I know many of us appreciate the images you've posted on the NAWCC message board in the past.

    I've edited a few lines out of your book review to ensure that no one confuses it with a 'for sale' ad, which is not permitted here.

    Regards,
    Mike

  4. #4
    Per T
    Guest

    Default Amateur Watchmaking - A NEW BOOK (RE: Per T)

    Thank you! And of course I want to follow your rules.
    Regards
    Per

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