The tools of digital modeling and printing have become an integral part of the jewelry industry. Whether you are a designer 3D printing a resin maquette to review with your client, or an artist or manufacturer producing finished pieces from digital designs, understanding and working with digital technology is essential.
Download the white paper now if you want more information on:
- How the Form 2 desktop stereolithography 3D printer creates parts and how this affects design and print setup
- Basics of digitally designing jewelry for best results in both printing and casting
Using a digital modeling program to design jewelry enables geometries not easily accomplished by analog hand fabrication techniques. But some shapes that exist virtually on the screen cannot be successfully fabricated by any means, and the practical parameters of designing a piece of jewelry from design to finished piece must be observed.
Download the white paper now to learn:
- Guidelines for digital design to achieve successful 3D prints and castings.
- How to successfully concept, design, orient, and support parts in the Form 2 3D printer.
Contact us to learn more or to speak to a Jewelry Specialist.