T one (T1)  pre-assembly of the movement and final adjustments.

Below are images of the watchmakers environment and the some of the processes involved in the assembly of the calibres. As with all sections in -Making.- it is not complete, in the future my goal is to add other sections to the site which will give a comprehensive explanation to how watches are assembled. In this section I explain part of the process to making the calibres to add to the general order of the manufacture process.

 Manual presses used for adjusting jewels

Manual presses used for adjusting jewels

 The pushers and bases for the above presses.

The pushers and bases for the above presses.

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Assembling and lubricating the setting mechanism.

 The watchmakers oil pots.

The watchmakers oil pots.

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The benches below,  right have dust extractors built into them to assure that during assembly no dust lands in the watch.

Regulation

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