Most short term timing classes only briefly get around to the issue of dynamic poising. This class is strictly focused on nothing but. Learn how to confidently fine tune the timing of your watch when needed.
We will start with a clean and adjusted watch. It will then be manipulated to mimic a real life positional error. Using the instruction given, you will be able to isolate and correct the error(s). A timing error can often exist in one position when all other positions are good. You will be able to chart the effects of your corrections as you complete them. This will help you develop a strong knowledge of the cause and effect to positional errors. This course must include some strong detailed theory if you expect to become proficient at it. Learning how to interpret the results of your timing slip, and the directives that it gives, is imperative as a matter of exacting the strictest of tolerances whether you’re working on a nice quality watch or a museum piece.
This class is not currently scheduled. If you are interested in this class you may request it using the form below.