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Many of these machines were built in the Waltham Watch Company Machine Department and were used to polish pivots on many parts of watches produced at the factory. The earlier type of polisher was the wig wag and had a straight reciprocating lap that contacted the rotating pivots.
On display at the CRMI - these machines are located on original American Waltham Watch Company workbenches.
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