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    Hey all!

    Thanks a lot for having such a platform.
    I am a watchmaker from the Netherlands, and I am in the beginning of building my watch brand. I focus on additive manufacturing combined with conventional techniques, as I think the combination is highly interesting.

    Over time, I learned quite something through reading topics here. My focus is on traditional machines, and I learn most of the tricks by doing. So, quite a conventional rookie.

    In the search of a spindle for an old Deckel G0 pantograph, I decided to subscribe here, as I might have to rely on your knowledge, and participate every now and then, especially when it comes down to watchmaking or related trades.

    Thank you!

    Michiel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michkh View Post
    Hey all!

    Thanks a lot for having such a platform.
    I am a watchmaker from the Netherlands, and I am in the beginning of building my watch brand. I focus on additive manufacturing combined with conventional techniques, as I think the combination is highly interesting.

    Over time, I learned quite something through reading topics here. My focus is on traditional machines, and I learn most of the tricks by doing. So, quite a conventional rookie.

    In the search of a spindle for an old Deckel G0 pantograph, I decided to subscribe here, as I might have to rely on your knowledge, and participate every now and then, especially when it comes down to watchmaking or related trades.

    Thank you!

    Michiel
    I would also recommend the Yahoo Panto group. There are a lot of knowledgeable guys over there too. I have a GK-12 and they have helped me out plenty of times.
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    Welcome michkh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porschefix View Post
    I would also recommend the Yahoo Panto group. There are a lot of knowledgeable guys over there too. I have a GK-12 and they have helped me out plenty of times.
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    Dear Ron,

    Thanks a lot for your comment, I will check it out!
    Michiel

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    Thanks Crossthread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porschefix View Post
    I would also recommend the Yahoo Panto group. There are a lot of knowledgeable guys over there too. I have a GK-12 and they have helped me out plenty of times.
    Ron

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    Some (many) of the Yahoo groups are moving to groups.io and your group might migrate there at some point. Other machining forums have already gone there, hardinge mill and hardinge lathe.


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