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Anyone know what that first word

2015-11-30 03:50:09.135857+00 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Anyone know what that first word is? It's watch parts

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#Comment Re: Anyone know what that first word made: 2015-11-30 15:12:59.10672+00 by: andy.lyke

Bouchon = plug

#Comment Re: Anyone know what that first word made: 2015-11-30 15:56:02.037693+00 by: andy.lyke

It might be the winding stem, from various illustrations in response to a google search.

#Comment Re: Anyone know what that first word made: 2015-11-30 19:06:47.183582+00 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, I think the consensus is "Bouchon" as winding stem. Charlene has a couple of breakdown diagrams, as she goes through trying to figure out how to display these things hopefully she'll come up with some strong notions of how they fit together.

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