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gwbmcse

Modders, tinkerers and watch makers are going to think this elementary but for a lot of us noobs, who go into this hobby just because we love mechanical's and and are trying to catch up on their workings, this site is extremely informative with it's 3D motion graphics. Dont forget to click the 360 degree button so you can journey around parts of the movement.

Note: these graphics are generic and do not represent any particular movement but still worth the look.

https://animagraffs.com/mechanical-watch/

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pickledbeetroot

Nice find pal :thumbsup2:

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NCRich

That's very cool.

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Piccolo

Nice one... definitely useful, thanks for sharing :)

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Luiehond

Awesome! Thanks:D

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semperfi55

Oooh very useful!

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Glaude

That's very well made, nice find !

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BADBILLY

Thank you, thank you very much.

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Jasonbaylee




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milikes

Nice!!

Gesendet von meinem ONEPLUS A3003 mit Tapatalk

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Nikosaldente

Great find mate!

Thanks for sharing!

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Logixa

Cool!

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Samsam

Nice find, can someone explain whats the difference between a low and high beat on the mechcanical side,

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Theviking

Brilliant, I wish I'd had this when I first learnt about movements

 

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n0bby

Oh, very nice indeed! For someone hoping to get to grips with working on watches, this sort of simple, clear visualisation is really useful.


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numero2

Thanks for sharing mate.

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deju

Amazing find that, bookmarked it! 

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