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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Wow, so many great designs in this thread! Excellent work.

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    I love the design. I would be all over this in a monochromatic color scheme.

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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    You have some great designs posted here. Thank you for sharing.

    I´ve to admit I didn´t read through all the posts, but I want to ask you if you ever felt a regret of choosing going into the watch business? And what has changed the most?

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    You never regret to follow your passions. No matter how irrational and how less profitable it is. I for sure had a much better paid Job as an industrial designer at some very reputable carcompanies before. Bu nothing can ever beat doing watches. What changed most in the business is that many new companies pop up which absolutaley have no clue about watchmaking. So the quality dropped a lot. And making samples was a part of the massproduction process. Nowadays everyone simply makes you samples without having an order. It is very tricky because the job is the same. Whether you do the massproduction or just a sample. Clients not always value the efforts you spent to make a sample.


    Quote Originally Posted by Frossty View Post
    You have some great designs posted here. Thank you for sharing.

    I´ve to admit I didn´t read through all the posts, but I want to ask you if you ever felt a regret of choosing going into the watch business? And what has changed the most?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BombFish View Post
    Ah, stuff I can only do in my silly watch designing dreams. Didn't know you were heavily involved with Stuckx. Good stuff!

    I can almost recognize your design philosophy now.
    YES! I have a few of those lovelies, my hat is off to you! Don't stop designing.
    Thank you, I'm flattered, but, please don't click any "Likes" for me (unless there's a prize for "most likes")?

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    Thanks a lot. Thats the pay for all these efforts


    Quote Originally Posted by J.D.B. View Post
    YES! I have a few of those lovelies, my hat is off to you! Don't stop designing.

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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Just curious: How do you balance vintage / traditional inspired elements with experimenting new / unconventional stuff?

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    This happens automatically when you share the passion for vintage watches and keep yourself updated about new manufacturing technologies. Then you realize the why things weren't able to be produced in earlier ages. It is like beeing in a candyshop. You simply do all that nice stuff which earlier generations never been capable of doing


    Quote Originally Posted by Time is an excuse View Post
    Just curious: How do you balance vintage / traditional inspired elements with experimenting new / unconventional stuff?

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