Now, I must revert to my original questions where I said that it appears that the location of the hole is important. Obviously after having finalised designs etc. Once the location is decided and other components built for this location then if the hole is displaced then the click ring as well as the bezel will also get displaced?ddatta, sorry for the confusion. What I meant by "It's a rotating piece," was that the bezel assembly itself rotates, obviously, and that there is no one "most important" location along the click spring/bezel assembly's travel, as Jake would have you believe. That the hole is at 12 o'clock really means nothing.
Well, yeah, I guess it's important for the tabs to be always at the decided upon locations, but mainly for production reasons, really. I mean, they're not going to make three different click springs, with three different locations for the tabs. They are where they are now. Their current, decided-by-Omega locations still mean nothing, in terms of having any influence on bezel assembly alignment.
As long as the bezel insert is sitting nice and "square" with the bezel body, and the resulting bezel assembly (insert + body) is one "good to go" piece, then the only thing that will affect final bezel assembly alignment is the click spring tab heights.
Is that right?