Did anyone catch this great lW&W article about Rado, and the innovations they have come up
with different watch materials? In it, you learn that besides stainless steel, Rado is using ceramic,
and titanium in some amazing new ways.
From "monobloc" ceramic cases made using special processes like molding, binding, sintering,
carburizing, and more. To hardened titanium where Rado uses another process called gaseous
interstitial hardening. Where the metal is heated to 500 Celsius, and hardened to 1000 vickers.
You will even see Rado combining both high-tech ceramic, and hardened titanium together with
anodized aluminum in watches like their HyperChrome Ultra Light XL limited editions.
Here is Worn & Wound with the article guys...[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
Just a few pictures also for you...