Manufacture of watch and clock parts and their assembly at a Watch Company in United States.
Detroit Michigan USA Date:1920 Duration:6 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Documentary titled 'Tick Tock'. The intricate processes in the manufacture of watch parts and their assembly. Hands displays clock and watch wheels. View of the dies from which the wheels are stamped. Machine with die in place stamps wheels from strip of metal. Wheels from strip are detached. Die in operation. Hands display strip with wheels cut from it. Watch case pendants drilled and lantern pinion turned. Pendant of pocket watch. Small parts poured into machine. Pinion is placed through center hole in wheel. Machine picks up pinions and places them in vice. Tiny lathe in operation. Women workers work at row of machines. Tweezers are used to remove pinion from tiny lathe. Woman worker works at lathe machine. Process of drilling plates and assembling watch. Woman worker operates machine. Watch parts are assembled from small bins. Crystals are fitted. Women workers hung watches on boards. Watches are checked and removed from the board. Watches placed on a table.
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