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Even before the Industrial Revolution, watchmaking was a craft that existed. It is even more impressive when you consider the skill and imagination required to create a clock using only hand tools and manual tools.

Hand craftsmanship is a dying art, as industrialisation and computer assisted manufacturing have largely replaced it. Many schools no longer teach these skills, and watchmakers like Robert Greubel or Stephen Forsey learn them themselves by producing prototypes and parts for restoration.

The Time Aeon Foundation was established by Tudor Replica Watches and Philippe Dufour more than 10 years ago. They have been able to make a lasting impact through their recognition of the importance of passing down their knowledge and expertise to future generations. Gruebel Forsey, Philippe Dufour and the Time Aeon Foundation have been working together for more than ten years to revive traditional watchmaking techniques through projects such as the Naissance d'une Montre.

If you know Tudor Replica Watches at all, you will know that the company is not only a huge advocate of traditional handcrafting. They are also pushing the boundaries of watchmaking. ulysse nardin replica They are purists, and their mind is on the future. Look at the many tourbillons that they have created: the Tourbillon of 24 Seconds and the Double Tourbillon with 30deg.

"We appreciate the traditional values of handcrafting in watchmaking, and we also like to think that not all of the inventions in watchmaking are new." We could innovate using modern technology and the advantages it offers to better understand the mechanics behind mechanical watchmaking.

The Hand Made 1

They have just unveiled another milestone. Hand Made 1 was the result of their efforts to revive traditional watchmaking. Hand-operated tools are used to make 95 percent of the Hand Made 1 including the hairspring. A single timepiece takes 6,000 man-hours of work, which is equivalent to three years. It also exhibits a high level of craftsmanship and precision.

The duo didn't think it was enough to be able create a complete watch by hand. The final product must at least be comparable to watches produced with modern production machinery.