Mhvj movement saga last part

I am just realising if I continue to go through the steps of the entire Mhvj saga, it will need more than 3 parts! For that reason I will condense it somewhat, highlighting the key parts in this last instalment.   So the movements went back, that is where we left off from the las
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Aegir CD-2 LE nears assembly

After many delays, the first CD-2 LE watches assembled by Thomas Prescher are close to begin assembly. The first Mhvj cal 2005 movements are assembled and ready. There will be 24 watches from 50 made now, and we may stop that number here to concentrate on other projects, depending on
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CD-1 test dial

The first CD-1 is finished, and was produced solely for checks of proportion of current tooling, such as appliques and print tools. This dial is 33mm, and the production dials will be between 30mm and 32mm with 32mm being where I would like to see it. Small changes will be made, such
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Aegir CD-2 getting used for what is was meant for

The Thomas Prescher built prototype is currently in saturation for its second time in the North Sea, and the standard watches are making their way into saturation and air diving jobs alike as well.
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Aegir CD-2 prototype made by Thomas Prescher, part 2

The second instalment of the prototype is showing the middle part of the case being made. Its still early work, no He valve fitted yet and no finishing started. First is a picture of the case in a CNC program that checks the information from the construction file. It runs simulations
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The making of the CD-2 Prototype by Thomas Prescher

Work has started on the CD-2 prototype and I hope to bring you all some good pictures in this thread. It is planned to have the watch finished in time for Basel watch fair, but the delivery of the crystals is currently the issue as it appears that all other parts will be completed on
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Metta Catharina Strap

The Metta Catharina strap. This strap is for the prototype and will be on the limited editions. It is handmade in the UK and has a calf skin lining. Here is an exert from an article from the http://www.timesonline.co.uk In the 18th century, Russia leather was widely regarded as the f
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Metta straps for sale

With the choice of using the Ennebi roller buckle, the pin that holds the buckle on the strap, is too thick to be used on the current straps. More are being made now to fit the new buckle, so the current stock is being sold on the Aegir website without buckles. These straps are handma
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CD-1

Still only in render stage, but is being worked on with a planned prototype very early 2013. The dial will be 2-3mm bigger than the current render, with a lume dot on the second hand, as well as a choice of hand types, ie: Blued, Orange minute, and a white dial option will be offered.
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