1676 - Rack striking for repeating mechanism
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His invention, rack striking was connected with a repeating mechanism employing the rack and snail allowing repeater clocks to be built which, at the pull of a string, would strike the number of hours.
This invention was afterwards applied to pocket watches.
Application: Władysław Meller
Other records: Timeline of Watchmaking Innovations
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