I've been looking for a used Cowell 90CW lathe for a while. Used because a new one is a little too expensive and this machine because it should be able to do all that I ever need when building watches and wristwatches.
Actually, I would like a Schaublin 70. Unfortunately, it's self-used as quite expensive and the same applies to the accessories.
That's why I looked for alternatives and then fell over https://watchmaking.weebly.com/cowells-90cw.https://www.everwebapp.comhtml His thorough description made it clear that it was the machine I should have.
These 90CW machines are not as often for sale as used, and a brand new was a little too expensive for my budget. "Search and you Will find," Matthew said a long time ago. And I searched in north, south, east and west.
It was so in the south that I had to find my Cowell's 90CW. Precisely in Portugal Lisbon. The machine is good enough from November 2006, but as far as I know completely as a CW is today. This machine is used, but probably the closest to a new man can possibly come
Looking for a Cowells 90CW
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