DUMET watches is also capable to make parts for watches.
For instance: the hubs for the hands.
A watchhand is press-fitted on the movement, and basically there are 2 ways of achieving a good fit:
- drawing the hub in the hand itself
- Riveting a hub in the hand
Riveting hubs in the hands also allows one to fit a thicker dial on a standard movement, the fitting heights of a standard movement often prevent this, but with longer hubs this is no longer an issue
Should you need hubs for your watch project, contact DUMET watches, and we’ll work something out.
Special watchhands are quite easy to obtain there are companies with laser equipment who can cut the desired shapes,
And any watchmaker can rivet hubs into hands with a staking tool.
There’s also other parts DUMET can make, for instance this recently finished order for 20 stems for rotating bezels, with a 6 tooth gear.
DUMET is constantly working on upgrading the machines, to be able to meet ever increasing accuracy and finish quality.