The Gruen School of Watchmaking created the Gruen Horological Text in 1948 as a means of teaching students how to clean a repair wristwatches. It covers all aspects of watch repair, including advanced topics such as balance poising and hairspring manipulation. Readers new to watch repair will enjoy the hands-on, step by step style of the textbook. Also included are rare company memos announcing new watch technologies and changes to the procedures for working on watches. Additionally, this book includes the 8 of the Gruen Technical Bulletins. While this is Gruen text and the Curvex movement is used in examples, it is in no way specific to Gruen watches. The techniques taught apply to all makes of wristwatches.For this very reason it is advisable to test a watch with about 11a2 to 2 turns of the mainspring wound in the different positions. It will then indicate whether the watch has a position error or not. For example, a watch rated on the machine with theanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Course In Wristwatch Repair - The Gruen Horological Text and Technical Bulletins|
|Publisher||:||Second Hand Press - 2009-07-01|