Did you ever wonder what goes into the construction of a watch case and, in particular, a watch case made of high-tech materials like carbon fiber? In this exclusive video, we get deeper insights into the Hublot carbon-case-manufacturing workshop in Gland, Switzerland. Here, we chronicle the final step in the process: since the cutting tool used in making Hublot’s watch cases leaves very tiny marks on the edges of the case parts, it is necessary to use a fine abrasive to carefully remove these tiny blemishes from the finished case.
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