I have been amateur-tinkering with wristwatches for about a year now. There is a lot to learn, particularly in the mechanical realm. It's just a hobby and I'm not certified or trained. It can be very fun, as well as most frustrating at times!
One aspect of the work has greatly improved this week. I got my work surface elevated close to chest / neck height, provided I use my work-seat. This is a specially designed fixture that sits nicely on my 510-worktable, and can be removed easily. The work posture and work ergonomics are much better than I've had before:
Also, as a reminder of some of my earlier posts... The PowerPro 250 RPM setting opens up a number of opportunities for watch-bezel finishing, even watch-bezel painting as I did last Christmas