Bronze and steel wristwatch


I’ve been tinkering with mechanical vintage watches for a few years. At some point I begun to think it would be interesting to design an own watch model and have it printed. Here’s the result.
The watch case is wax printed and lost wax cast in bronze. The case back and dial are printed with the High-Detail Stainless Steel printing. The mesh structure of the dial is also filled with luminous material. The movement is an automatic Sellita SW200-1.
The hands, crown, crystals, screws, gaskets and leather strap are bought parts.

Many thanks to i.materialise for very good printing job!


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Hi Jsavis,
Magnificent work!
Seems you didn’t need to tap screw wire into the bronze case?


Thanks Wim!

Yes, you are right, there are just plain holes through the case and case back, and the front and back screws are attached to each other, kind of like Chicago screws.