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Just wondering is a movement can be thicker than its watch's mid case. If so, how does it stay secure? I imagine that the mid case would need to be thicker than the movement, minus the rotor. Is that right?
 

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It's possible if the case back is thick enough to accommodate the protruding part of the movement.
 

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Similarly, parts could protrude through the dial aperture, see domed dials.
 

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With a case like this you won't need to worry about movement's thickness.

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The Omega 9300 calibre protrudes out of the midcase, as the photo below illustrates.

 

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