In the high-end watchmaking subcontracting sector, the constraints imposed on workpieces are very strict in terms of size, geometry and appearance, bringing tough challenges for manufacturers.
For many years, Cyberis has ridden this wave, with the company undergoing constant growth. It has also bought more than 20 production machines over the last two years, and plans to purchase several machines in the next few months. Interview in Bassecourt with Mr. Muriset, the young director of this dynamic company with a workforce of around 30.
Does this signal the end of cam-type machines?
Cyberis works with several different types of automatic turning machines, namely the Micro7, Micro8 and Delta numerical control models and 25 MS-7 cam versions. Mr. Muriset explains: “Although the operators are very versatile and able to work on cam-type machines, we are planning to replace our inventory of older machines”.
The quest for excellence…
“We work for many of the major Swiss watch brands, in particular the very high-end names, and we can’t afford the slightest error. We simply aim for perfection”, explains the Director. Of course, this applies to bar turning machines, but also to the polishing department, the staff, the management system and the checking methods. The entire company is on a quest for excellence.
…by a dynamic team
All of the staff working to achieve excellence in Bassecourt are well aware of the stakes. Those we met identified fully with the company and were proud to be working for such prestigious customers. Mr. Muriset concludes: “We are a small, dynamic business working tirelessly to serve our customers. We have two objectives: to continue to build long-term partnerships with our existing customers and to develop our portfolio by attracting new customers”.
To be discovered at EPHJ in Geneva from June 17 to 20, 2014 on booth H24.
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