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WHAT TEN FINGERS DO
JEWELLERY / RING / EARRING / EARCUFF / NECKLACE / PENDANT / CHOKER / BRACELET / CUFF / CHAIN / HEAD PIECE / BROOCH / PIN / BADGE / DECORATIVE OBJECT / SCULPTURE / ART TOY / ART PIECE / RUN WAY PIECE / PARTS / 9K / 14K / 18K GOLD / ROSE GOLD / WHITE GOLD / STERLING SILVER / BRASS / ETHICAL STONE SOURCING / CONFLICT-FREE DIAMOND / LAB-GROWN DIAMOND / CUBIC ZIRCONIA / NATURAL GEMSTONE / PEARL / CRYSTAL / SWAROVSKI© / BEAD / STRING / ROPE / EXPERIMENTAL MATERIAL / ELECTROPLATING / PVD / ENAMEL / ETC.
WHAT YOU WANT TO MAKE,
Casting is a manufacturing process in which a liquid material is usually poured into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then allowed to solidify.
♲ 100% Recycled
CASTING METAL CHOICES
Gold - 9K ⬤ / 14K ⬤ / 18K ⬤
↳ *Gold comes in various formula, following;
9K gold is 37.5% pure gold
14K gold is 58.3% pure gold
18K gold is 75% pure gold
White Gold ⬤
Rose Gold ⬤
Sterling Silver (Silver 925) ⬤
CASTING TECHNIQUE CHOICES
Electroforming (Only available in Silver 925 ⬤)
↳ *Electroforming is electroplating metal layers onto the mandrel to form a laminated shell. After the last layer has been electroformed, the wax mandrel is melted and removed from the gold shell thereby forming a hollow jewellery.
Finishing is various techniques of adding final touches to the outer surface of the metal.
↳ *The High-Polish technique is widely preferred by customers due to its ability to give a shiny mirror-like look to metal, making it a timeless choice for any kind of jewelry. It involves using increasingly finer abrasives to smooth out imperfections and scratches on the metal's surface. The process is completed by using finishing buffs and polishing compounds to achieve a reflective shine.
↳ *The brushed finish provides the metal with a surface that doesn't reflect light and has a subtle shimmer. It is somewhat similar to the satin finish in terms of shine, but differs in terms of its shimmering texture. This finish is achieved by using a wire brush to create fine lines on the metal's surface, giving it a brushed appearance.
↳ *The Satin Finish showcases a smooth surface but doesn't possess the intense reflective properties of a polished finish. This makes it an excellent option for individuals seeking a smooth texture without a high level of shine, similar to a misted-up mirror. One advantage of this technique is that the fine brushed lines help conceal minor scratches that may occur on the metal due to everyday use.
↳ *The hammered finish is a widely preferred option for achieving textured surfaces, as it imparts a distinctive and unique appearance. This unusual texture is accomplished by lightly hammering the metal surface to create individual dimples or indentations.
↳ *The sandblast finish is characterized by a texture that lacks reflection and appears grainy, as if the jewelry has been coated with sand. This matte finish is accomplished by employing abrasive materials to create scratches on the surface of the metal.
a method of depositing a thin layer of metal onto the surface of another metal
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*PLEASE REFER TO THE ACTUAL METAL SAMPLE
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THERE ARE VARIOUS WAY TO SET A STONE ONTO JEWELLERY; PLEASE REFER TO THE LINK BELOW FOR EXAMPLE IDEAS:
3D FILE SERVICE
3D FILE & PRINTING
3D FILE & PRINTING
MAKE YOUR IDEAS REALITY
SEE THE PROCESS:
3D print available in jewellery wax / plastic resin
↳ *The advent of digital design possibilities and highly precise 3D printers has made it achievable to produce wax casting patterns of varying complexity. The introduction of 3D printing has raised the bar in the field of jewelry, enabling the creation of designs that were previously unimaginable.
A process that uses a highly focused beam of light to engrave 3D forms into metals.
Engrave your name / brand's name / special message
onto your jewellery
↳ *This process utilizes vaporization to engrave lasting and deep marks by transforming materials into fumes. Acting like a chisel, the laser beam removes layers from the material's surface, creating incisions. By delivering intense energy to specific areas, the laser generates the necessary high heat for vaporization.
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