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

    Quote Originally Posted by vsip View Post
    Thank you for the info, do you also model the stitching?

    And if you don't mind, could you share a story of how you got started in the business?
    The stitching is also modelled but the trick is to have a material which makes it look like a real stitching. other than that it looks like a wire as model.
    I studied industrial arts and design. So I am a real designer. As such, you need to be firm with a lot of software. Worked for two famous sportscars manufacturers (in Italy and Germany) before I went to jewellery manufacturing to London. I made a technical appranticeship of 6 months in a swiss casefactory when i decided to start my career in watchbusiness. I saw how the cases of the most prestigious brands been manufactured and designed and constructed. I am employing 2 modellers and one Doctor of engineering to support me. I am firm with Coreldraw, Illustrator and Keyshot. I am doing all the renderings by myself. I am supervising my engineer on sensitive details of the construction. Modelling is easier. My modelling guys simply following my 2D renderings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpalmer View Post
    Awesome portfolio there! My favorite was the world timer; I think that is a gorgeous design.
    Thanks. We also have that Worldtimer as 3 Hands version. Here is a rendering
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    Love what you are doing. The Marine Chronometer concepts are amazing. The Stuckx are really funky. Will the Stuckx chrono with the pedal like pushers be available soon? What movement is inside? Hope no chinese calibres. They are crap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nis-chik View Post
    Love what you are doing. The Marine Chronometer concepts are amazing. The Stuckx are really funky. Will the Stuckx chrono with the pedal like pushers be available soon? What movement is inside? Hope no chinese calibres. They are crap
    No, don't worry, we never use chinese movements. As you already said they are crap. I let others commit ssuicide with that movements.
    Thinking of using SII NE88 for that model.
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    They all look fantastic. Really like the different levels to the dials and the clean looks. Hope the StuckX GMT gets made.

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    Thanks. I love to make dials with many layers. Flat dials are boring. I also go unusual ways with the heights of indexes. The Minator and Stuckx indexes are really very high. Giving the dials more depth.

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    They all look fantastic. Really like the different levels to the dials and the clean looks. Hope the StuckX GMT gets made.
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    Fantastic designs. We have worked together in the past and I was very impressed.


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    Beautiful designs

    By any chance is anyone producing the design in your first picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKrishnan View Post
    Fantastic designs. We have worked together in the past and I was very impressed.


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    Thank You Sujain. It was indeed a good cooperation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wahlaoeh View Post
    Beautiful designs

    By any chance is anyone producing the design in your first picture?
    Thanks for liking it. Most propably we gonna be producing that end of this or beginning of next year on our own.

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