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Polishing watch lenses and cases

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Post04 Sep 2007, 20:36

hey, thanks folks :-D that's what this hobby is all about.
btw. my process might not be perfect so your useful hints will be more than welcome.
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Post13 Mar 2019, 20:19

azimuth_pl wrote:hey, thanks folks :-D that's what this hobby is all about.
btw. my process might not be perfect so your useful hints will be more than welcome.


Up :-D

Hey Piotr,

Could republish the photo about the polishing methode, thank you.
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Post16 Mar 2019, 18:21

Interesting....but, how is polishing watch cases and crystals an ELECTRONIC issue? I think this entire thread should be moved to the MECHANICAL section...
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Re: Polishing watch lenses and cases

Post17 Mar 2019, 00:26

bruce wegmann wrote:Interesting....but, how is polishing watch cases and crystals an ELECTRONIC issue? I think this entire thread should be moved to the MECHANICAL section...

Seems to have been okay where it is for the previous 12 years ;-)
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