Watch Repair Course - Elgin Watchmakers College Lessons. New Book Pro Printed
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WATCH REPAIR COURSE - Elgin Watchmakers College Lessons. NEW BOOK Pro printed
Watch Repair Course
Elgin Watchmakers College
Fresh, Digitally Enhanced
Professionally Printed & Bound
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General InformationThis book is a professionally printed & bound book, not a photocopy, home printed, or Kinko's special. You're purchasing a book that is of bookstore quality.
This was a fantastic addition to my horological library. You can never have enough educational material.
What's insideA set of lessons on watchmaking produced by Elgin.NEW PRINTING - SECOND EDITION I'm into the educational side of watch repair, so I was happy to have found another book to add to my library of these course materials. This is a rare one for sure.
The book is40 pagestotal. There are some section break kind of pages that you expect to find in a lesson based book like this, but not to the point of being excessive. The introduction page does a great job of explaining the text, so take a moment and read that page.The hand-drawn illustrations in the book are beautiful. I have included a couple of pages that show some of these illustrations.The lessons are all step-by-step instructions on how to complete the concept being taught. There is not a lot of text explaining the concepts in the lessons portion of the book. The lessons portion are the first 20 pages
- The "course outline" page has what the 8 lessons consist of
- Lessons are a step-by-step list of things you need to do to complete the benchwork
- The first 20 pages are the lessons.
- Each lesson has the steps and illustrations that accompany the lesson
- Much more text based instruction is located in the second half of the book
- In this part there are great illustrations and information on topics such as cannon pinion tightening, friction jewels, roller jewels, etc
- There is a great discussion on correctly centering and leveling a hairspring
- A detailed instruction on setting up the escapement
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I enjoy interacting with the watchmaking community, passing along to others what I've been taught or given.I work for the passion I have for wristwatches and the enjoyment I get from openly sharing information, parts, tools with other enthusiasts that are interested in keeping the horological history moving forward.I've been with for over 13 years and have an awesome response rating. I'm a member of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) since 1979, a member of the American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute (AWCI), and belong to the local Watchmakers Guild.