No CamBam stuff.. but i'd like to share this with you Guys.
At the moment i'm working on a Titanium Case for a Movado Watchmovement with Calendar function.
I Put a piece of Brass rod in the Boley Lathe, and turned the outside to 2.52 mm, on the inside i drilled a hole of 1.6mm
I then Cut off 2 tubes, which were pressed into the case
Then, from a piece of titanium rod, i turned two pushers
.. the thin part is 1.6mm, fitting inside the brass tubes that i pressed in the case
the thick part is 2.2, and that part pushes against the levers in the movement, to set month and date.
i still need to make a grooving cutter, to make grooves for the O-rings to keep water out..
I also Turned a small recess in the pushers to prevent a pin sliding away when setting the watch..
And this is what i got now.. i am now turning the caseback and the bezel.. as soon as that is done, i can order the crystals, and finally put the watch together.. on its way to a happy client...