Jewelry 3D printers and 3D scanners

Jewelry might seem like a traditional field, but contemporary jewelers can use specialist 3D scanners and 3D printers for various important tasks, including repairs, alterations, and fabrication.

Jewelry 3D scanning typically involves spraying an item with a non-reflective coating and then capturing it using structured light scanning technology. Once the scan is finished, the jeweler can store the 3D model or manipulate it using CAD software to make a repair or a duplicate.
Highly accurate SLA 3D printers have become commonplace for the printing of jewelry patterns for investment casting, although direct metal printing is also possible.

Source: Phrozen

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