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Oklahoma State University’s Calibre 23-11

by J.Edwards

Some really neat projects are starting to pop up at Rolex backed watchmaking schools in the States, which include Lititz, OSU, and NSCC. One of the most notable I’ve seen recently is Oklahoma State University’s Calibre 23-11, which is a faculty designed ebauche (rough watch movement) that is finished and assembled by each of the students. All of this is made possible by the advent of more and more affordable CAD/CAM technologies. The video below offers an overview of the design process and the subsequent stages of finishing carried out by the students at OSU. I think this is a fantastic way to learn the basics of our craft. Enjoy.

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