Help building a watch with an ETA 7001

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Re: Help building a watch with an ETA 7001

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Re: Help building a watch with an ETA 7001

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hako wrote:What dial diameter does it take?
Case
Stainless steel, polished
Curved Sapphire crystal on top (A/R coating)
Screw down case back with sapphire crystal (no A/R coating)
Diameter: 37mm / with crown: 40mm
Height: 7,3mm, length 6-12: 45,2mm
Crown: 2xO-ring, d=6mm
Water resistant to 5 ATM
Spring bars

For movement
Eta 7001

Dial dimension
D (max): 30,8mm
Case opening: 30,0mm
Thickness: 0,4mm

Strap width
18 mm

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Re: Help building a watch with an ETA 7001

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30.8 mm dial. This is probably not so easy to take from another watch.
But Belkin12 can perhaps make one of his radial brush dials; grey/black or blue if youR father is a little bit more daring;-)
Btw, does the stem hole align with the movement?
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Re: Help building a watch with an ETA 7001

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Yes it’s all aligned.

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