inhouse calibers may be expensive but damn they are well finished
...to try to understand all the interactions between all the littles elements LOL.
Thank you Alex for giving such details.
it's very easy:
You put "the" before the part name and change the ending a bit (usualyl by removing a letter or two). You also need to revert two words if the part is in two words.
1. Le couvre piton -> The piton cover
2. Cliquet: The click
3. mobile de moyenne -> The moyenne mobile
4. ancre -> The anchor
5. stope seconde -> The second stop
6. roue de couronne -> The crown wheel
7. raquette garnie-> The garnie raquette
8. ressort de barillet -> The spring barrel
I always had a dream, to have an ordinary movement in large scale,
say 10 times as big, as an ordinary wristwatch movement.
The closest I am is the movement inside this!
It's aKullberg movement with spring detent escapement.
And looks like this,
On the other hand I have this, a brand new Peseaux 7001 skeleton movement,
just waiting for a project, but what to do ?
But that movement is the opposite, it is really small,
here compared with Vacheron freres from 1790-1805
So, there I am, with my dream of a big scale model,
to hold in your hands, turn, look, listen and just enjoy !
That would be something.
Instead of an exploded view you could look inside with your own eyes,
yes even start to take it down......
I could kill for that
...and it will be perfect for the coffee table of my room
Even my watchs archive love them!
Alex, this is fantastic!! I love movement blownups!! Especially with part names!!
thank you thank you thank you thank you!!