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Great resource with Omega Movement drawings (321, 861, etc.)

  1. Aludic

    Aludic Feb 12, 2020

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    Hi all,

    Whilst previously discussed in 2014 (https://omegaforums.net/threads/cool-speedy-info-reference-site.19371/), I just happened to stumble upon the speedywatch.com website after searching Google for Omega Movement drawings.

    Turns out this site has many of them. Geeky, interesting and IMHO an absolutely great resource for more detailed Omega movement information. I thought it was worth sharing, so here you go: http://www.speedywatches.com/documents/movements/

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    Hope this is useful and interesting to others too!

    Cheers,
     
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  2. Radiozoop

    Radiozoop Feb 12, 2020

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    This website is great, what a wealth of information. Definitely useful when my 321 comes up for service... I really don't want to resort to sending it out to Omega out of fear they'll ruin the "patina," so maybe with info like this my watchmaker can make it happen.

    Thanks for sharing!
     
  3. Aludic

    Aludic Feb 13, 2020

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    Hi @Radiozoop

    Glad you like it. I think any skilled watchmaker probably knows these movements as they are fairly common, so I wouldn't worry about that too much. Still, I thought is an interesting set of drawings for non-watchmaking enthusiasts. :)
     
  4. DaveK

    DaveK Yoda of Yodelers Feb 13, 2020

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    I have some old biology books if your surgeon needs them ;)
     
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  5. Maganator

    Maganator Feb 13, 2020

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