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Archive for February, 2008

Chronograph bridge

« 29 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

Bridge of Chronograph: holds the elements of the flyback chronograph together.



Lower bridge of the Tourbillon cage

« 27 February 2008 | 9:28 | General | Comments Off »

Jewel-setting, placement of the pillars to hold the upper bridge and insertion of the lower bridge of the escapement wheel.



Upper bridge of the Tourbillon cage

« 26 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

The upper bridge of the tourbillon cage has been anodized in electrical blue, the color used to highlight the details of Concord watches.



Reduction gear

« 26 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

Reduction gear of the power reserve train.



Barrel & Ratchet

« 24 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

Barrel and ratched with circular-graining decoration.



Intermediate wheels

« 23 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

Intermediate wheels of the Power Reserve Indicator.



Hammer

« 22 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

The hammer resets the Fly-Back hands by hitting onto the hearts.



Designers of the C1 Tourbillon Gravity

« 21 February 2008 | 8:30 | Sketches | Comments Off »

The designers are finalizing the 3D sketches of the C1 Tourbillon Gravity.



Roll of Seconds

« 20 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

 
Made of Aluminium. It rotates with the cage Tourbillon to display the seconds which can be seen from the top. The engraved numbers are filled with Luminova to be visible at night.



Hammer flat spring

« 19 February 2008 | 8:30 | General | Comments Off »

 
 
The hammer spring’s function is to bring the hammer back to its initial position, following the reset of the Fly-Back hands.