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Zenith: Wow.

Thanks! _john
1Y
By: ei8htohms
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TimeOut: Really?

No one? _john
3Y
By: ei8htohms
1

Rolex: NOT in situ

4Y
By: ei8htohms
1

Horological Meandering: That's what I still use at home

Sometimes good enough is good enough. :-) _john
4Y
By: ei8htohms
1

Horological Meandering: Well...

Yes. :-) _john
4Y
By: ei8htohms
0

Horological Meandering: you can buy bronze rod stock and make your own blades

I've done the same with brass and nickel in the past, but haven't tried bronze. _john
4Y
By: ei8htohms
0

Horological Meandering: most watchmakers prefer some liquid

Hello Jocke, I've used them dry and also with some water or oil and I can't honestly say which is better. Some will swear that using some water or oil will make the stones last longer and/or cut faster, but I'm not so sure. For me, more important than using a cutting liquid or not is just using a li
4Y
By: ei8htohms
1

Horological Meandering: It is a good tool

Hello Jocke, That tool takes some practice to master, but can ultimately give you superior results and better fitting screwdriver blades. The ideal blade shape takes some time and a lot of adjustment and trial and error to get to, but should look something like the blade in the image below. With a
4Y
By: ei8htohms
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