Now when we have the hairspring exam behind us, we started to study and practice the art of precision timing, it feels we went somehow full circle as it is the final part of the basic program. Lots of analyzing and trial and error to get the most precision out of each calibre.
Below; spotted at Mr. Simonin's shop, not only books!
|A collection of old balance bridges at display.|
|He also sells old prints and student drawings, very beautiful!|
|CJ checking out a staking set.|
|Yi-Ting checking out some smoothing broaches.|
|Mr. Simonin also had some nice movements on display also for selling.|
|Beautiful chronograph movement.|
|Many depthing tools, now you know where to get one!|
|Beautiful tourbillon model with detent escapement.|
|Three generations of former WOSTEP teachers caught in the same picture, Mr. Simonin to the right Who was Paul Maddens teacher (in the middle) who was Henrik's teacher, left.|
|Yi-Ting had her birthday this week.|