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The history of resonance mechanisms...

 
 By: LX : January 7th, 2020-02:26





A quick summary of a very interesting horological concept. Thanks for sharing. I wondered what was the origin of the double resonnance. [nt]

 
 By: amanico : January 7th, 2020-03:14
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from what I read about it...

 
 By: maverickmahesh : January 7th, 2020-04:17
at first it was more an observation of Huygens @ 2 pendulam clocks hanged on the same structure syncing themselves...which lead eventually led him to study more (though he didn't conclude 'resonance'.
so always double resonance smile (you need 2 objects at least to resonate anyways...1 will be mere vibration)...

interesting...in a snapshot the full picture !

 
 By: maverickmahesh : January 7th, 2020-04:10
guess we should add Haldimann H2 Flying Resonance it too...

Best,
mahesh.,

Some FPJ fans would mad at seeing the AS there!

 
 By: Spangles - Mr. Tabby : January 7th, 2020-04:50
If you look at TheJourneGuy on IG you can see some conversations about it. Mr. Journe said in an interview somewhere that he was the one to actually coin the term resonance with respect to clocks and watches.

I get it, having a metal tongue connect the movements seems inelegant. On the other hand, at least AS found a way to do it.

It starts

 
 By: Weems@8 : January 7th, 2020-12:41
With a Dutch man, and perfected at the end by the Swiss.
🇳🇱🇨🇭.

Also referred to as operating by coupling or sympathy .....

 
 By: David Walter : February 5th, 2020-14:32
Here is a photo of a new double pendulum clock inspired by Janvier and Breguet.

This is the most complicated resonance clock ever made.












The two movements

The making of this clock was serialized a few years ago in the Watch Tech forum

Simply Mind blowing

 
 By: EdwardL : February 25th, 2020-01:22
You are the living Legend, we can boast of