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Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches has been at the forefront in material development and application since its founding in 1957. Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches is known for its scratch-resistant timepieces. Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches has evolved and expanded to include a wide range of designs.

Ceramos is the latest material that Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches has introduced. It's a high-tech, unique mixture of metal and ceramic. Ceramos is a unique mixture of ceramic and metal alloy that offers both the scratch resistance and lightness of high-tech materials, as well as the luster of metal.

Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches's history is a mixture of materials. Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches's first ceramic metal matrix watch, the Sintra, was produced in 1993. The material is part of the "cermet" class, a name that comes from its composition, CERamic-METal. It combines high-tech ceramics (around 90% titanium carbide, or TiC) with a metallic binder alloy. The TiC high tech ceramic provides hardness, while the binder metal gives the material its metallic appearance and stiffness.(replica watches)

In the 1970s, cermet was developed for cutting tools. Tool manufacturers were forced to find an alternative due to the shortage of cobalt which was used for hardmetal tools. Cermet was created as a result. Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches needed to make cermet a more luxurious material because tool makers don't really care about aesthetics.

When Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches first started using this material, it had some limitations because it could not be injected. Sintra is created by pressing material into blanks,Breitling Replica Watches which are then machined to shape each component of the watch.

In 2011, Jaeger Lecoultre Replica Watches developed the technology for injecting the cermet. They registered the trademark Ceramos and used it to make the D-Star case. The ability to inject Ceramos opened up new design possibilities.