Aluminium, brass and bronze. All materials we take for granted, were once all once revolutionary at the time of their invention. Always one to adapt, the development of new alloys has for many years gone hand in hand with innovations made in the field of mechanical watchmaking. Here, Dominique Fléchon gives a primer on alloys, how they’re made and their common uses in watchmaking.
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