A digital file from CAD software or scanned data is transferred into a STL file. The original 3D data is then transformed into 2D layers for printing.
We use an Additive Manufacturing process for our 3D technology. In the 3D printer, a coat of precious metal powder is laid out. The powder is then solidified using lasers into a layer of the jewelry model. This process repeats continuously, melting and solidifying your jewelry, layer by layer, with the use of laser beams.
3D printing works around the clock to finish creating your custom jewelry. Using this form of technology allows jewelry to be produced within a few hours, rather than taking the weeks a traditional goldsmith would require.
At the end stage of 3D printing, the loose powder is carefully brushed away for later use and your creation is ready for polishing!