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Knulsing is a heavy duty low precision job best done on an engine lathe. This operation is not one I would want to subject a high precision watchmaker lathe. It requires a good bit of power and puts a lot of pressure on the spindle and spindle bearings. A watchmaker lathe is designed to make high precision tiny parts and I do not feel that the machine should be pushed beyond that.