WatchTime contributor and event partner Jeff Kingston visited Rubattel & Weyermann, a specialist manufacturer of watch dials, headquartered in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, which was integrated into the Swatch Group in 2002.
There is not a single, standard way of making a watch dial. However, one thing that is certain is that each process is very complex — with as many as 40, 50, even up to 70 steps required to arrive at the end product, the dial. In this exclusive video, we show you some of the principal steps along the way to achieving a finished watch dial.
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