|An assortment of tools Shuai purchased this weekend|
|Simone's flashy new escape meter|
|Eddie turning pivots|
Eddie continues on making his pivot gauges. Starting with making cylinders and pivots, and most likely starting with the burnishing next week.
|Shuai starts turning winding stems|
|Shuai's impeccably finished slots|
Shuai has finished all the prep work for the winding stem this week, and so will be starting on making a complete winding stem starting next week. Exciting things coming in the future for these two students.
|Tomas doing the final cleaning|
|Simone adjusting his pallet forks with his new escape meter|
The other students have been finishing the escapement exercises, adjusting the pallet jewels and doing the final cleaning of the pallet fork.
|Theren making prototype spokes for the escape wheel|
|Planning is 90% of watchmaking|
|Making fly cutters for the escape wheel cutting|
Theren started a restoration project, making an escape wheel for a Patek Philippe wrist watch. The process consists of multiple steps, making many tools for making tools to make the part. We hope he succeeds!
|Tomas made a new type of finishing on the milling machine|
Henrik found a solution to remove tungsten carbide (hardmetal). If a drill breaks in a brass piece made from hardmetal we can now dissolve it.