Video: How Hublot cuts their watch cases?

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. Carbon fiber and a closely related material, Texalium, turn out to be devilishly hard to work with, so Hublot uses special equipment to prevent wear and tear. The following video will show you how it works.

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IBG Worldwide is a video platform dedicated to demonstrating how the finest timepieces are really made. It hosts our documentaries that educate collectors in the many techniques used in the creation of sophisticated mechanical watches. This is an English-language video channel that no individual watch brand could create by itself.

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