Hauser Pivot Polisher
Great video by William Porter showing his refurbished Hauser pivot polisher. This watch and clock pivot polisher was most likely used in a clock or watch making factory back in the 1940’s. Capable of burnishing pivots from .2mm to 6mm makes it an ideal machine for burnishing pocketwatch and clock pivots. Although this machine isn’t necessary for normal repair work it’s certainly a handy machine to have around. Manually operated, the Hauser 241 pivot polisher was a popular machine.
William did a beautiful job restoring this machine (I saw the machine when he first acquired it) and fortunately for us decided to demonstrate it’s purpose and how it’s used.
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In the video he covers:
- It’s purpose
- How he got it up and running
- How the machine is setup to polish a pivot
- Actual polishing of a pivot
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3 thoughts on “Hauser Pivot Polisher”
That machine does excellent job burnishing pivots. Good support for the pivots. Thanks Paul
Sono interessato perché lavoro spesso con restauro di orologi antichi