|the American students sharing ideas|
|Henrik demonstrating the use of the polishing tripod|
|The students polishing away|
|The American students working hard|
|Henrik explaining bluing techniques|
|An old polishing tool|
|The students discussing the use of the tools|
As school has once again started, the students are back to working hard. Besides the unfinished work, Henrik applied the same curriculum for the students as he had in America. They learned the classical way of flat polishing, straight graining, and frosting.
|A totally black polished piece|
|Flat polished on the tripod|
Because Theren broke a tap while working his displaying stand for the winding stems and pivot gauges, Henrik had a chance to teach the students how to cook out a broken drill or screw from non-ferrous metals.
|The students observing the cooking process|
|The cooking of the drill|
This week Eddie also finished learning all the machines, ending with the jigborer.
|Eddie on the Jigborer|
|The students doing polishing exercises|