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    unknown tools

    Hi Dr.Jon , Just for the pleasure of talking! (...and do not forget the first part of my signature block, I have just a basic knowledge of your language and I could run into some unwanted interpretative quibbles ) I do not agree on both replies. In b8 tool the front surfaces are not enough...
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    unknown tools

    Hi Dr.Jon If you watch the second picture you can see that the b8 tool has the disks which are converging and I guess that no material is allowed between them. ----- Hi motormaker, Riveting tooling? Can you please give some more details on how the instruments work. Warmest regards. Carlo
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    unknown tools

    Thanks for your time in replying. Regards.Carlo
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    unknown tools

    Hi All! Has someone a clue on the use of this tools? One has a B8 collet and the other one a W12 collet. Warmest Regards. Carlo
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    Raingo orrery replica

    Hi Allan, thank you for tour kind words and for your mail with the attached article. Regards. Carlo
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    Raingo orrery replica

    Hi All, I have just finished to build my last project: a replica of the Raingo orrery and I named it Raingo-Croce ( my family name) for my replica is quite different from the original. Usualy in Ringo orreries ( some of them were built by other famous French clockmakers) a French movement...
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    MYSTERY SWINGING CLOCK

    Hi Hessel, Thank you very much for your interest in my research. I'll try to get in touch with them. All the best. Carlo
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    MYSTERY SWINGING CLOCK

    Hello All. As someone a clue on how are made the missing parts of this mouvement in the place shown by the 2 arrows? The clock should be similar to this one : but I haven't found any picture of the back of the mouvement. Thank you a lot for your consideration. All the best. Carlo
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    Old wine in new bottle...fitted with Robin remontoir

    Thank you for your kind words My apologies, but I do not understand. The use of a remontoire in a "clock" is not a "need" but an addition to try to get better performances, not working order. Sorry but I must admit that for me it is not clear what you are speaking about. In this clock the...
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    Old wine in new bottle...fitted with Robin remontoir

    Hi All. The aim of this project was just to show to some fellows of mine how to build a clock with items recycled by an old clock. This was the starting point : a French movement in very bad condition Dismantled the clock and having all the parts in my hand I realized that with two barrels...
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    Hubert Sarton

    I'll try.....:p Best. carlo
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    Hubert Sarton

    Thanks for the information...so no hope to get in any way some pictures :( Warmest regards. Carlo
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    Hubert Sarton

    Hi tok tokkie, thank you very much for your interest in my posting. The description made by Royer-Collard (F. B.) in his excellent book Skeleton clock is a lot better of the one I might write. Complex clocks in the skeleton formula became so fantastic they must have surprised even the...
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    Hubert Sarton

    incidentally...this is the clock Al the best. Carlo
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    Hubert Sarton

    Hallo All. I'm looking for some information on the clock "Pendule de Compagnie" built by Hubert Sarton and which has a dial pivoted on an axle and turns to and fro by 180°. I found some information ad pictures on excellent books by Royer-Collard's "Skeleton Clocks" and Derek Roberts...
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