SEMINARS

SEMINARS

uhrmachertisch-3

Spend a few hours in the magical world of watchmaking and feel the pulse of time up-close. On a journey of discovery involving up to 12 participants, you can take your place at a watchmaker’s bench and find out more about his craft. You’ll learn how to handle a pair of tweezers and miniature screwdrivers, and use them on a genuine mechanical watch movement.

Take a seat and join us for an exciting voyage of discovery into the inside of the watch

 

 

SEMINARTYPESUBJECTCONTENTTIMING
ART OF WATCHMAKING
ENTRANCE
PracticalHand-wound
&
Case
• Mechanical watch basics
• Mechanical movement, partial dismantling and reassembly
• HUBLOT - KING POWER case, partial dismantling and reassembly
3.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
BASIC INTRO
PracticalHand-wound• Mechanical watch basics
• Mechanical movement, partial dismantling and reassembly
1.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
BASIC LIGHT
PracticalHand-wound• Mechanical watch basics
• Mechanical movement, partial dismantling and reassembly
Cleaning and oiling individual parts of the movement
2.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
BASIC
PracticalHand-wound• Mechanical watch basics
• Mechanical movement, complete dismantling and reassembly
Cleaning and oiling individual parts of the movement
• Controlling of the accuracy rate
3.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
ADVANCED
PracticalAutomatic• Broadening of basic knowledge of the mechanical watch
• Date display and automatic winding mechanism
• Mechanical movement, complete dismantling and reassembly
Cleaning and oilin individual parts of the movement
• Adjustment and controlling of the accuracy rate
3.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
EXPERT
PracticalChronograph• Various complications and how they work
• Various chronograph systems and displays
• Mechanical movement, complete dismantling and reassembly
Cleaning and lubricating individual parts of the movement
• Adjustment and controlling of the accuracy rate
4.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
CUSTOM MADE WATCH
PracticalWatchmaking -
Custome Made -
Hand-wound
• Mechanical watch basics
• Mechanical movement, complete assembling
Oiling and greasing of individual parts of the movement
• Movement fin adjustment of the accuracy rate
Dial and hands setting
• Movement installing into the case, closing
• Mounting of the strap and final control
4.0 Std.
ART OF WATCHMAKING
KNOWLEDGE
TheoryScience of watchmaking• A journey through time, first measurement instruments
• Mechanical watch (function and basics)
• Quartz watches (function and basics)
• Comparison between mechanical and quartz movements
• Various complications in watch movements
• Case and its components, water-resistance
• Counterfeit watches – the impacts of piracy
variable
ART OF WATCHMAKING
CONCERTO
Theory
&
Practical
Science of watchmaking
&
Hand-wound
• Theoretical topics of your choice from the KNOWLEDGE seminar
• Mechanical movement, partial dismantling and reassembly
Cleaning and oiling individual parts of the movement
• HUBLOT - KING POWER case, partial dismantling and reassembly
variable

→  Dates and Registration