I have spent the last few weeks finishing various small parts that go into the movement. I want 02 to be absolutely perfect.
Below you can see some of the parts from the keyless work. All the parts have had their flanks & top surfaces straight grained and edges bevelled. The screw heads have been polished.
Part of the cannon pinion & centre pinion will be seen through the minute hand hub. These have been polished too.
The movement screws have had their heads & ends polished. The ends will be visible from the dial side. The flanks of the screw heads have been straight grained.
Here are the dial markers. The heads have been domed & mirror polished. The flanks of the heads are straight grained.
The ends have been polished as well.
The winding wheel has been skeletonised, bevelled & straight grained. The click & transmission wheel have straight grain finish on the top surfaces. I think the wheels will look interesting when the watch is wound since a straight grain finish changes with the light.
The end of the barrel arbour.
The balance spring stud holder (I have left the regulator alone since finishing the top surface will disturb the curb pins).
The crown, castle & intermediate wheels from the keyless work.
and finally, the barrel & motion works.
I hope all this effort pays off :-)