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How a mechanical watch works [Technology]
posted December 3 2013 12:11.37 by spic0m




Here is an animation how a mechanical watch movement is generally working.
Analyzing the 5 basic elements of those small mechanical marvels.



[Link: Daniel Radeck]
 
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