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Cannon pinion removal and watch screw back tool. Watch repair course Lessons and Tuition





Watch Repair Course Level 1: https://goo.gl/kbZRSu
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Two sample lessons from the course I am developing at the moment.

Introducing the Watch Repair Course, a series of individual lessons and tutorials designed to help you develop an understanding of watch repair. This course is currently being developed and new lessons are being uploaded every Wednesday. The development is being funded by my wonderful and generous Patrons who pledge $10 or more per month, and as a reward my Patrons are able to view the lessons as they are being uploaded.

If you would like to view the course as it is being developed then kindly consider sponsoring my content by becoming a Patron.

More details here: https://www.patreon.com/watchrepair

21 LESSONS SO FAR:

c1.0 Introduction: https://goo.gl/J3wQIM
c1.0.1 Overview: http://goo.gl/ISTHak
c1.1 Work Environment: http://goo.gl/hb0JqB
c1.1.1 Lighting: http://goo.gl/BuWvFF
c1.1.2 Workbench: http://goo.gl/nmBqBB
c1.1.3 Seating:http://goo.gl/jS3IWs
c1.2 Essential Tools: http://goo.gl/akvw2z
c1.2.1 Watchmakers Screwdrivers: http://goo.gl/mHo2n1
c1.2.2 Watchmakers Tweezers: http://goo.gl/UYh30x
c1.2.3 Optics: http://goo.gl/asajiT
c1.2.4 Dust Protection: http://goo.gl/KjM9wZ
c1.2.5 Benzine Jar & De-Greasing Parts: http://goo.gl/7dF6Du
c1.2.6 Air Blower: http://goo.gl/FBX2aS
c1.2.7 Oilers: http://goo.gl/8Bz3aZ
c1.2.8 Oil Pots: http://goo.gl/YB4n1B
c1.2.9 Movement Holders: http://goo.gl/L1gKA6
c1.2.10 Case Knife: http://goo.gl/7YiTBY
c1.2.11 Screw Back Case Opener: http://goo.gl/ruav6a
c1.2.12 Hand Lifting Tools: http://goo.gl/fofyda
c1.2.13 Cannon Pinion Removal tools: https://goo.gl/q3FZ71
c1.3 Consumable Products: https://goo.gl/2QDmDT

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Watch repairs and services in the UK

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14 thoughts on “Cannon pinion removal and watch screw back tool. Watch repair course Lessons and Tuition”

  1. Was hoping to see demo on Star cannon pinion remover tool.

  2. drug jozo says:

    Thanks Mark for effort to make these videos. Thanks to your I just serviced my first watch successfully. It was a simple pocket watch, but still for me it was a miracle 🙂 thanks once more, cheers.

  3. joker man says:

    Lovely Video clip! Apologies for chiming in, I am interested in your opinion. Have you ever tried – Saankramer Electronic Magazine System (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a smashing one of a kind product for learning how to repair electronic items like a wizard minus the hard work. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my friend at last got amazing results with it.

  4. BigD Travels says:

    Was a little confused, after taking apart my Timex, I did not see this pinion wheel?  Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place.

  5. I must ask, because I find it difficult to find loupes, hand levers, etc. Where do you buy your watchmaker tools?

  6. Great stuff, keep up the good work! Let me know if we can work together somehow 🙂

  7. 김정우 says:

    hello sir.

    could you uplosd the video for rolex 1570 thank you.

  8. 김정우 says:

    hello sir.

    Thank you for you always.

    Did it rude day to give me a Rolex 1570 movement the video?

    You are my teacher.

    (English) language, but do not know can be seen in the video.

    I ask if there sometime time.

  9. Where can we buy the tool for adjusting

  10. Thanks Sir, it is most important

  11. pavy415 says:

    I use hand removal tools to remove that and it works good

  12. Arthur Q says:

    I usually remove the cannon pinion with my tweezers) 😛

  13. Malcolm Till says:

    Excellent video, many thanks. Do you have a "tool" or method for removing stubborn "lever off" type of case backs ?

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