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    Re: An interview with Dmitry Buyalov (Meranom)

    Quote Originally Posted by Seikogi View Post
    That's what I read in the past here on WUS and blogs and if you ask me it makes sense. Mass production CNC tooling equipment is super expensive and only a few still have such capabilities.

    A 10k swiss watch and a 300€ swiss watch is both "swiss made" on paper but obviously not in reality. Much is done in China and only a few can make truly "in-house" stuff.

    Vostok is among those and at this price point its an unbelievable achievement in today's world.

    I can't support it with facts, its just my observation and anecdotal evidence.

    No worries, I studied Italian for 4 years and unfortunately can barely speak a few sentences now...
    As far as I know, but i was in the factory like 5 years ago, they still have and use quite a lot of soviet machinery... At the same question of how long the machinery will last, the answer I got from Dmitry itself is that with good maintenance they will last, forever XD
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    Re: An interview with Dmitry Buyalov (Meranom)

    Quote Originally Posted by Seikogi View Post
    That's what I read in the past here on WUS and blogs and if you ask me it makes sense. Mass production CNC tooling equipment is super expensive and only a few still have such capabilities.

    A 10k swiss watch and a 300 swiss watch is both "swiss made" on paper but obviously not in reality. Much is done in China and only a few can make truly "in-house" stuff.

    Vostok is among those and at this price point its an unbelievable achievement in today's world.

    I can't support it with facts, its just my observation and anecdotal evidence.

    No worries, I studied Italian for 4 years and unfortunately can barely speak a few sentences now...
    As far as I know, but i was in the factory like 5 years ago, they still have and use quite a lot of soviet machinery... At the same question of how long the machinery will last, the answer I got from Dmitry itself is that with good maintenance they will last, forever XD
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    Have been a Meranom customer for years already. Nice SEs and great customer service.👍
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