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It's unbelievable that stuff like that was made that long ago. Probably coulent be replicated today without a lot of head scratching.

If you haven't seen his channel yet, you're missing out.

http://www.clickspringprojects.com/videos

His project for 2017 is making the antikythera mechanism. Judging by his last project, it should be great.
 

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Jeff, hope you don't mind giving a bit of advice on clocks. Sorry about stealing your thread Mike.
My 30+ year old grandfather clock movement from Murray Clock Craft in Toronto quit a while ago. Would it be worth buying an ultrasonic cleaner to do the movement? Could think of other uses for one, cleaning paint guns, carburetors, etc.
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Greg
Clock shops cleaned, oiled and bushed clocks long before ultrasonic cleaners were invented.
 
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