Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Timascus Update

For the past week our focus was entirely on redesigning, remeasuring and re-machining of the pallets bridge, which is the last titanium component for the NH2 movement. The main challenge was to optimise the locking action, completely eliminate flutter and improve the amplitude. The drawing of the pallets is shown below as well as anodised bridges. The parts consistency is every bit as per our expectation, which means that a component out of the mill can be installed directly into a watch without any manual tuning or adjustment. For those of you who are involved in machining and engineering, it is clear how much of a challenge this project is.

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NH2 titanium pallets bridge designed and manufactured in Brookvale

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