Pointeuse Hauser M1

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Pointeuse Hauser M1

Messaggio da reparatheure » lunedì 25 aprile 2011, 18:54

Here is another machine just coming in my workshop: A little jig borer Hauser M1 with a lot of accessories.

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I'm really happy and now the job is to continue the SV12 cleaning.

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Re: Pointeuse Hauser M1

Messaggio da pendolum » lunedì 25 aprile 2011, 19:46

Wonderful machine!!

In excellent condition, as far as we can see.

I am just curious: where do you catch such bargains? in workshops or in ebay?

Have a lot of fun! <><>

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Re: Pointeuse Hauser M1

Messaggio da reparatheure » lunedì 25 aprile 2011, 21:48

Thanks for your comment.

This machine is in really great condition (only some paint scratch, but precision is amazing for an old machine like this).

I've bought it from a swiss workshop. I've never seen one on ebay. Only one time on a french website for 1500 euros but it was sold 10 minutes after online. You can find such great machines in Switzerland on www.swissmachines.ch . Prices are quiet high but they're selling great watchmaking machines in full restored condition. You can ask for Mr Perrin who isn't only a machine seller (as Luthy for example) but a machine lover too.

For some "classic" machines, it is quiet easy to find them to a really good price. But specific one like this... If you add good prices and high prices, you finally can have a good workshop for a correct price.

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Messaggio da carlo » martedì 26 aprile 2011, 8:40

20 years or so ago I came across with such a machine ( virtually the same) : it was in very pristine condition. Simply a wonderful machine. esterefatto
It happened that I purchased it in a lot with some others but not aware of its potential I sold it almost immediately for a crust of bread <<<<))

I then found myself many times crying just thinking to that very small rotary table ( the same visible in a picture of yours) which went away under my eyes >>||<< >>||<<

Yours pictures are very nice and I wish to thank you for having given me the opportunity to recall very pleasant past times of mine.

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