The Lo Scienziato collection, dedicated to Galileo Galilei, is now enhanced by a new technically remarkable edition. The P.2005 mechanical calibre with tourbillon regulator is skeletonised and, for the first time, made of titanium. It is remarkably light considering its features: hours, minutes, small seconds, GMT with am/pm indication, a power reserve of six days and a tourbillon escapement. The secret lies in the minimalisation on the case and movement. Using Direct Metal Laser Sintering, watchmakers build up a 3D object layer by layer by means of a fibre optic laser using powdered titanium. The layers, each 0.02mm thick, merge together and become solid, creating forms which would be impossible to achieve using traditional methods.