Some things in the jewellery field have experienced change in the last decades. While the creativity of the craftsman has remained unchanged, the irruption of new technologies, like 3D printing, has helped to improve and facilitate certain production processes.
However, there are times when one must take recourse to more experimentation and undergo a first phase of trial and error before reaching results that are 100% effective each time applied, which is determined by the hardware and the specific materials being used.
And in some cases, we have received complaints from professionals in the jewellery sector who have been unhappy with the results they have seen when they have casted manufactured pieces Systems’ MicroSLA ProJet 1200 printer.
For this reason, the workshop Taller García & Quijada (misjoyas.es) has joined forces with Sicnova 3D in the aim
of achieving satisfactory results in their jewellery casting, which is carried out with the 3D ProJet 1200 printer, and
along with the FTX-Green resin.
You can download for free the case study “Casting jewellery with ProJet 1200 and FTX Green resin” in PDF format.
Sicnova 3D would like to thank the workshop “Taller García & Quijada” for their time and effort cooperating with us to obtain optimum operational results, and for their willingness to share publically their experience working with our 3D printer, which has been recounted in this case study.