As a central element of the mechanism, this component requires a particularly high level of accuracy and precision in its complexity. We can guarantee this with the latest machinery and highly-developed technologies.
One of many parts of the movement that we produce and process entirely in-house. From intermeshing to roller burnishing, we offer the technical options and the know-how.
Our movement is equipped with a second stop. This stops the watch when the crown is pulled out to set the time. This spring ensures that the watch will continue to run correctly after the time has been set.
We manufacture to high standards and with perfect quality even with parts hidden from view such as the minute wheel that connects the minute and hour hands beneath the dial.
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High quality standards · Elaborate sublimations
On their way to becoming masterpieces, UWD’s clockwork movement parts go through two major stages – pre-assembly and final assembly.
During pre-assembly, the complex mechanisms of the overall movement are perfectly tuned to each other. Once our high quality standards have been met, the movements are completely dismantled again to allow the delicate components to be cleaned and to be finished to a high quality with fine patterning, engraving or polishing.
Final assembly · Quality tests · Masterpiece
Once the filigree parts have been turned into aesthetic masterpieces in the Finishing department, the calibre is reassembled. The parts are pre-sorted into assembly kits and fitted as subassemblies. Running precision and running behaviour are checked and adjusted as early as in final assembly.
The fully-assembled movement is passed to the experts of Fine Adjustment and adjusted in five stations.