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3D Printed Jewelry - Here's what you should know

3D Printed Jewelry - Here's what you should know

3D printing has found its way through a wide variety of industries, from weapons, organs and now to jewelry
3D printing is a very interesting form of manufacturing technology. This process allows for the creation of almost anything! It provides more options on how to produce once rarities, and it has made its way to the jewelry industry.  Here is a little knowledge about what 3D printing is really designed to do and how it operates. 
3D printing has been around since the late 1970s. It is a level of manufacturing that is achieved through layer-by-layer assembly of products. This process involves laying down layers of material. These layers will be laid down at increments as small as .13 mm. There are different ways to create forms of laying down the material. Some processes involve using ultraviolet light to cure resin. Some forms of 3d printing involve melting material and stacking it OR involve using binding materials. There is more than one way to assemble.
 With the use of a computer, a design has to be developed by the artisan or engineer on a computer from a software. There is such a variety when it comes to choosing software, but regardless – it will be designed on the computer. 3D printing revolves around a CAM system or a computer-aided manufacturing system. A CAM system is basically a computer within the printer that tells the jets, lights, or binder where to go. It instructs the printer to manufacture a piece in accordance with the initial design. 
Since you can use this way of manufacturing to create just about anything, like 3D Printed Jewelry. One thing that falls under “anything” is jewelry. Traditionally, molds and hand carving have been the main medians with jewelry design. 3D printing is a new one for sure, and it will definitely change the way it works in the near future. The basic process for jewelry manufacturing is casting. A printer will actually manufacture the cast in a resin, or plastic. This product will then be sent to the caster. He or she will then put the casting piece into a cast, and the material will fill up the plastic piece, and it will result in the final piece. 
3D printing jewelry allows for the creation of very intricate pieces. Well, machining, hand carving, and casting can’t create some of the models used in 3D printing. Meaning this manufacturing technology will be able to create some desisng which can’t be produced through various types of manufacturing. Through 3D printing,will allow for more intricate pieces of jewelry. 3D printing  will only enhance the Jewelry Manufacturing and custom design process. 

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