In , our publishing house began its activity with the revised edition of the watchmaker’s lathe book by Hans Jendritzki “The watchmaker and his lathe”. Upon opening the Swiss marked package, I thought I purchased a “Little Golden Book”! (Remember those) My initial impression was “lot of. Hans Jendritzki is the author of Watch Adjustment ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews) and El manual suizo del relojero reparador ( avg rating, 1 r.
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After an introductory explanation of the construction of such a lathe, its rotation technology is of course explained, it only differs from larger lathes by the smaller size of its parts.
Precisely this, and the necessity never to overtax these lathes are essential in order to maintain the value of such a tool. But yet when turning staffs, I encountered the problem of finishing the second pivot without risking damage. Dec 16, 1, 3 36 Mountain Top, PA http: The book about the watchmakers lathe was not only restructured and expanded to include several more chapters and an index, but was also verified line by line and illustration by illustration.
One could justly claim the book is a Bergeon infomercial! Now to the perplexing issues mentioned above. Not merely displayed on the shop counter, or sitting on a shelf in the clock workshop, No! The 25th chapter completes the watchmaker book with various charts. They come partly from old company catalogues.
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My Boley F1 has an eccentric tailstock with a variety of accessories. In many places in the lathe manual there are suggestions on how one might oneself build quite simple machine parts and accessories. The more antiquated terminology and expressions are nans to the age of the original edition, but do jans in any way lessen our understanding of the given topic. The following chapters deal very conscientiously with almost every issue pertaining to clock repair, whereby Hans Jendritzki addresses the needs of his target audience, jendrritzki clockmakers, from the point of view of labour economics and taking the general costs issues into account.
This includes very good graphical and textual support in identifying problem areas in wrist watches, and and it jenrritzki the most common mistakes. The texts describe these pictures. It is therefore not surprising that the size of the lathe manual for watchmakers on the use, care and maintenance of a lathe has grown by han.
Perkins mentions center turning, but Jendritzki emphasizes it. The Watch Repairer’s Manual Author: Your MB username or email address: By that, I mean turning between centers. Indeed, it is these very pictures that greatly increase the practical value of this book. Watchmaker book about the repair of wrist watches Another excellent feature of this book is the troubleshooting aid it provides.
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This book however adds tremendously to the world of Jendritzko lathe information by describing accessories used for “fine turning”. Message Board only login: Schweizer Werksucher 3 jenfritzki LaClassification, The many tips and tricks, both greater and lesser, which the author collected during his long years of teaching, and which he passes on to the interested reader in the watchmaker book, are second to none.
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