I'm making my old Pioneer turntable into a winder. I decided that 33RPM was too fast, so I found a 12VDC 50 RPM motor-it has a gear head. The pulley for it was made at work on the lathe. I put it together and ran. It turns about 1.8 RPM. The timer will control the turns per day-5 1/2 hours a day will give about 600 turns. It will be tilted about 30 degrees. That should be enough to make the rotors in the watches spin. The 3rd pic shows the cooling fan. I don't know if it's necessary, but it was just sitting there in the closet, so why not. And I had to cut a hole in the bottom because the motor was a bit long. The only problem so far is weight on one side while tilted makes the belt slip. The belt is so worn, it does not stretch or grip like rubber should. I mounted the motor farther away than the original to tighten the belt, but it still slips. I'll have to get a new one. But maybe if the weight is balanced, it won't slip. If that's the case, I'll have to keep an even # of watches on it-it will hold up to 4. When it's complete, I'll post more pics.