Hublot: Finishing touch – Carbon fiber cases get polished

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?


We visited the Hublot carbon case manufacturing workshop in Gland, Switzerland to find out. Since the cutting tool for Hublot’s watch cases leaves very tiny marks on the edges of the case parts, it is necessary to have a fine abrasive to remove the tiny marks.



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