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In this overview, we are outlining the primary conventional steps involved in the production of watch cases. Given the intricacies of individual watch projects, it is not feasible to cover every step exhaustively here. If you have a specific interest in any particular step and wish to delve deeper, we encourage you to reach out to us via email or schedule a video call.
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Step 1: Confirming Customer Requirements
    This involves understanding and confirming key customer specifications such as material preferences, ATM (water resistance), finish, movement type, sapphire crystal, and other relevant details.

Step 2: Confirmation of Drawings and Detailed Requirements
   Acceptable formats for submitting drawings include hand-drawn sketches or 3D renderings in STEP, PDF, AI, and similar formats.

Step 3:  Order Confirmation and Delivery Terms
 Establishing the order details, including confirming delivery timelines and negotiating payment terms.

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Step 4:  Design and Production
  Ensuring meticulous detailing of all components during the design phase. We reconfirm drawings and, if necessary, provide suggestions to optimize the design and manufacturing process.

Step 5:  Procurement of Raw Materials and Components
  Initiating the purchase of raw materials and additional components, accompanied by a request for quality inspection reports from material suppliers.

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Step 6:  Production of Physical Prototypes
    Crafting physical prototypes through cutting and turning, a stage that requires dedicated time for engineers to set up the necessary machinery.

Step 7:  Hole-Punching Stage Inspection

Step 8:  CNC Machining
    Utilizing advanced CNC machining techniques for intricate watch cases.

Step 9:  Mold-Making, Stamping, or Etching
  Incorporating customer logos on specific components like the crown, bezel, and case back.
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Step 10: Surface Treatments
  Applying various surface treatments, including polishing, sandblasting, or electroplating.

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Step 11: Quality Inspection

Step 12:  Waterproof Testing
 Conducting rigorous waterproof testing, achieving a capability of up to 50 ATM.

Step 13:  Quality Inspection and Packaging
    Employing foam boxes and PP bags for packaging. Due to the necessity of segregating and individually packing components before bundling them together, packaging volumes are significant. Logistics fees are calculated based on volumetric weight, with actual weight considered for bulk shipments.

Step 14:  Shipping and Tracking Logistics
    Typically dispatching samples via DHL/FEDEX/UPS for prompt and secure delivery.

Step 15:  Receipt Confirmation and Issue Resolution
    Confirming the receipt of goods and addressing any identified issues. Proposing solutions for problems and ensuring satisfaction with the final product.

Step 16:  Mass Production Planning
    Upon confirmation of the prototype, developing a comprehensive production plan for large-scale manufacturing.

Stay tuned for a detailed breakdown of the main steps in the production of finished watches.