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    I like the fourth one from the top
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    I just saw and handled a Stux Rock watch here in Juneau, Alaska. Damn nice watch. It looks and feels like an excellent cold weather watch. Because of its height, you can read the dial between you coat and gloves. A lot of thin watches disappear between your coat and glove and you have to pull up your outer sleeve with your other hand to read the time. Excellent, original work. Best tall watch I have seen.
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Great idea with the engravings on sides, looks amazing! I think I need to look for a new watch :)
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    I just saw and handled a Stux Rock watch here in Juneau, Alaska. Damn nice watch. It looks and feels like an excellent cold weather watch. Because of its height, you can read the dial between you coat and gloves. A lot of thin watches disappear between your coat and glove and you have to pull up your outer sleeve with your other hand to read the time. Excellent, original work. Best tall watch I have seen.
    Would you like to share photos?
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by DEPA View Post
    Would you like to share photos?
    Yes. My friend Jim owns it. I will see him tomorrow on Thursday drink beer with the boys night. I'll get some images if he is wearing it.

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

    Awesome range of designs DEPA! REALLY digging some of the engraved artwork you've integrated as well..
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Way cool. Some very nice pieces. What CAD software do you use?

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

    Thank You Sir. I also like what you doing.

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    Awesome range of designs DEPA! REALLY digging some of the engraved artwork you've integrated as well..

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

    Basically we are using Solidworks for the cases and for modelling we are using different software like Rhino or Blender

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    Way cool. Some very nice pieces. What CAD software do you use?

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    Hey DEPA, you are one creative individual.I take my hat off to you. Very cool!
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