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    I'm want to take this one to the next step

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    It's a clean watch design..
    the trick is the crystal
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    I have some technical ideas
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    Another "design problem is the hight difference
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    What you all thing of this design?
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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

    I like it. It is bold and different, and easy to read. Comfort is the big unknown. I would suggest mocking it up with a 3D printer to see how it wears on the wrist.

    What are the dimensions?
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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

    would be 40mm diameter... with a ETA 6497-1 mechanism

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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

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    the technical idea is to create a crystal with a o-ring, this will be fastened,and can be release by a suction tool ..
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    Here are some exploided view how I think this could be...
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    Does anyone on this forum has any technical vision on this.. is it possible or is this madness?
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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

    With your detailed cutaway, I don't see any reason this couldn't be workable. As the others say, a big question is the comfort of having the lengthy downward lugs.

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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

    my thought ar the clock itself is 40mm and all-most a whole wrist so the lugs will 'drop aside' have to test this...

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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

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    It's a clean watch design..
    the trick is the crystal
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    I have some technical ideas
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    Another "design problem is the hight difference


    i like the design especially the crystal curved edge, also the lugs and the hands has some (Squid) aesthetic feel to it.
    it feels like an old and modern design at the same time, thats good. im more of a designer than an engineer, so i can't tell you much about technical stuff. i like the overall design.
    may i ask you about the software you used for rendering ? and did you plot the cross section view before modeling it in 3D ?

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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

    Hi great of you to react on my post.. I use autodesk fusion360..
    Whst you feel with this design is what I want people to feel old and new... The hight difference don't know how to solve that...


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    I changed the lugs and used Romain on the faceplate... What are your opinions?


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    Re: I'm want to take this one to the next step

    Quote Originally Posted by ProdCastDesign View Post

    I changed the lugs and used Romain on the faceplate... What are your opinions?


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    looks even better with the romain numerals and the strap design, the lugs looks less robust though.
    nice improvements.
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