Friday, July 6, 2012

Lycée Edgar Faure Watchmaking school part 2

If you can remember a few weeks ago i went to a French watchmaking school in Morteau for a visit, this is part two of my photo-essay.

They had more rooms than i could count and this is a smaller micromechanical area.


This room was divided in two parts, to the left they had 3 schaublin 102 lathes and to the right they had the large Hauser jig-borer and other micromechanical tools not seen in this picture

Another classroom not in use at the moment

Some more creative student work.

Close up.

If you can remember from part 1 i had a photo of a church clock, well, this is the inside photos of the restored movement.


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