Watch dials: Making a watch dial explained by Jeff Kingston

Jeff Kingston visits Rubattel & Weyermann in La Chaux-de-Fonds. This specialist manufacturer of watch dials was integrated into the Swatch Group in 2002.

There are no standard ways of how to make a watch dial. But one thing you can say for sure is, that it is complex with very many steps: 40, 50, as many as 70 steps to arrive at the finish end product – the dial. We show you some of the principle steps along the way to get to a finished watch dial. Enjoy this video and learn more about dial making.



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