Chris and Jon continue their discussion of finishing techniques, as well as custom tools, and specialized work holding techniques.
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- Straight Line Engine Turning An introduction to the art, by Roger W. Smith
- 8mm Watchmaker’s Lathe
- David Lindow
- A unique & memorable unboxing experience
- Dr. Rebecca Struthers
- Struthers 248 Craig & Rebecca Struthers project to craft a timepiece using two minds, fours hands, & an 8mm watchmaker’s lathe.
- Struthers’ Screw Head Polishing Tool
- KHWCC Screw Head Polishing Tool
- Henrik Korpela Director of the KHWCC
- Glendo Accu-Finish The lapping machine Chris uses to prepare his cutters for engine turning
- BECS Sàrl Jon mentioned CNJ Duret in the episode, turns out since he last purchased from them they’ve been acquired by BECS Sarl
- Rich Loen
- LUXOR Polishing Compound
- Jeweler’s Rouge
- “Metal is fibres.” Denis Flageollet, of De Bethune, interviewed in the latest issue of Europastar Magazine
- 904L Stainless Steel A video detailing an alloy Rolex now refers to as Oystersteel
- Manufactor S.A. Official Instagram account
- Philippe Narbel Official Instagram account
- Nathalie Jean-Louis Official Instagram account
- Contantin Chaykin
- Super Glue Fixturing for CNC Machining From John Saunders & crew at NYC CNC
- Painter’s Tape
- Super Glue
- Powder Coating Masking Tape Thinner than painter’s tape, this is what Chris uses for fixturing watches dials for engine turning
- Vacuum Chuck