Very informative video on the Geneva stop-works mechanism.

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    I first started working on pocket-watches with the help of Bob Tascione's video courses. That was back in the days of VHS tapes, a bit before DVD's came into common usage. He's still at it, and occasionally comes out with some very helpful, and easy to understand, lessons on watchmaking. And on top of it all, he's a great guy! Even though it's been pert'near 20 years since I bought my lessons from him, he's still willing to provide helpful hints on specific problems. Recently that has been the Hamilton chronometer I'm working on.

    So if anyone is interested in watching the lesson with animation, the link is below. I hope he keeps it up there for a while, as it's a very good reference for those like me who forget things easily. Cheers.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7cyHiuKWuY




     
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