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Old 7th Mar 2018, 8:58 pm   #14
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Default Re: Gents Pul-Syn-Etic Slave Clock Problem - High Resistance Terminal

And my Gents movement (an S-type, derived from the earlier C9), stripped down after decades if neglect for a long overdue service. It now lives in a 1930s mahogany longcase clock case in our living room, powered from one of Mark Lines' modules.

You can see clearly how lots of the smaller bits have been made from stock stamped out of the front plate, minimising the amount of metal used without compromising its build quality in any way.
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