Free Educational Webinar

From Heavy Class Rings to Intricate Jewelry: Easy Casting With Our Latest Material

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Casting is complex enough - 3D printing should make jewelry manufacturing easier. In the past, achieving production grade quality with resin has been a challenge. We’ve worked over the last 12 months to develop a direct-casting material that lets you easily attain clean, consistent casting results.

In this webinar, Patrick Diggins, our Jewelry Vertical Manager, will teach you how this new material can help you push the boundaries of design and production efficiency. Learn how Castable Wax 40 Resin is an indispensable tool, whether you’re casting everyday custom bridal jewelry or thick, challenging designs.
  • How to diagnose the 3 most common failure modes in resin casting.
  • How Rio Grande Jewelry Supply stress tested Castable Wax 40 on the casting floor.
  • How our resin provides superior performance under a wider range of conditions.
  • How Castable Wax 40 brings industry-leading castability to the Formlabs ecosystem.

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Webinar Speakers


Patrick Diggins

Jewelry Vertical Manager

Patrick is well versed in a variety of topics from CAD, 3D printing, casting (precious metals), and bench work. He has 8+ years of casting experience as a production manager prior to Formlabs.


Scott Bradford

Rio Grande Jewelry Tech Team

Scott Bradford is an expert in casting, rapid-prototyping and CAD design, as well as general bench, fabrication and repair practices. In his time working with rapid prototyping machines, he's been able to complete extensive research in successfully casting with 3D-printed resins.