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

    Hey Depa,

    LOVE your work. I'm just getting started in the watch world and I'm going to be starting a microbrand. Would you be ok with me DM-ing you in the near future to talk about a collaboration/commission? I'm still roughing out some design ideas but I'd love to touch basis and go over things.

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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.

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

    If you don't mind me asking, what software do you use to design these watches? It's brilliant!

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    I don't mind at all. There is a mix of Software which we are using during the design process. There is no one software which does all the job.
    Here is the list:
    1. Solidworks for the caseconstruction and engineering
    2. Blender for modelling
    3. Rhinoceros for modelling
    4. Keyshot for rendering
    Now we have replaced the Keyshot by Cinema 4D because the lightbox setup is much much more sophisticated than on Keyshot. It renders almost in realtime. I have added a few renderings made by Cinema 4D in order to show you the differences.
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    The renders almost happen in realtime. The longest rendering time is around 2-3 minutes. These ones were ready in around 20-25 second. Fancy and expensive software but very productive.
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Could you give us an honest estimation of how many Microbrand owners would never do business with you again, and why ?
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    Re: A little resumee of my 23 years in watchmaking. Heavy photos.

    Hi, I like your designs. What program do you use to design your creations? [email protected]

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

    Cool designs

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

    Congratulations on your impressive portfolio. As it turns out I am a wearer of one of your designs!


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    Wow, what an awesome array of talent.
    Perhaps I missed it but I didn’t see any designs that featured convex style bezels.
    Do you have anything on that front to show?
    Keep up the great work


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





    My buddy has been dealing with this QC atrocity since June 22nd, 2018. Awful customer service and communication.


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

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    My buddy has been dealing with this QC atrocity since June 22nd, 2018. Awful customer service and communication.


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    Seen a few posts regarding this issue already. Pretty disturbing after all the hype for this new brand. they come out with a model that seems to have at least one owner with major flaws and a complete lack of customer service. Hauttman should be ashamed of their &%^$ customer service.

    Even the finishing on the rubber strap is crap with rubber tags dangling off of it.
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