Home3D Printing Blog | DIY3D Printing for Jewelers 3D Printing for Jewelers pas3d October 22, 2017 3D Printing Blog | DIY 15 Comments 3D Printing for Jewelers presentation by Marina Mellinas. This presentation explains just a few of the most typical strategies utilized in 3D Printing, and offers an summary of the processes and supplies obtainable to jewellery designers and producers. Tweet Pin It Related Posts The 3D Printing Process Making ORD BOT 3D Printer Improve Motor Mounts. 1/eight” 6061 aluminum. Do-it-yourself Engraving Plotter Laser 3D Printer Body DIY X Y Z Stage Router Mill Axis Slide CNC Motor three About The Author pas3d Latest Comments Holy Jonson October 22, 2017 Please help me to learn how can I use itBecause if I don't know how to use it, I'll never buy it.I really like to have one. BENTLEY GT October 22, 2017 i didn't hear a freaking word you said. please turn down the music in the background so we can understand what you're saying. Nathan Swallow October 22, 2017 Marina, which companies have the best printer and do the best job printing and finishing jewelry? Chiming Lam October 22, 2017 Very good video introducing the different kinds of 3D print technology SLA, FDM, SLS and DMLS plus the various companiesproviding the 3D printing services ! At the final part of this video, it shows a product made by DLP technology which could be further introduced if possible in this video ! Mohamed Hussein Ahmed October 22, 2017 I like your knowledge about 3D printers . mjiju50 October 22, 2017 hi can u suggest which is the best 3d printer for jewellery making in 18k and 22k Wasana Vikramasurendr October 22, 2017 mmmmmmmmmmm push buttons October 22, 2017 Finally someone honest enough to tell all of us that these resins cannot be casted as you would regular wax…except for maye 2..3..on the market..B9 creator….solidscape…and sometimes Envisiontek..all the others are crap nightmares…Thank you Marina zews1 October 22, 2017 The process that is described as DMLS at 4:17 is NOT DMLS! The L in DMLS stands for LASER. In this process no lasers are involved. A further wrong statement is that the powder added is brass. It is in fact bronze powder. This is so-called "bronze infused stainless steel" printing, which is a proprietary 3D printing process by ExOne. Imran Ijaz October 22, 2017 i m a whole sale of gold factory jewellery… i design n make jewellery n only cast my jewellery n then after that from 0 to its finishing work happens in my factory… i was really looking or some new technology n i m really thankful for this video n for the Marina Mellinas for great demonstration… i hope this would help for a peoples whose already in these fields….. thats a great video which inspires for a new techniques to enhance there business!! very informative thanks!Marina Mellinas i would please to contact u if u just dnt mind by emailing me!am really looking for some business stuff from u!! if u could help me out on these stuff!! Thanks!!My email is: imranijaz143 at gmail dot com Or : imran-ijaz at hotmail dot comBest Regards. Mohammed Imran! Vitka Frankovic October 22, 2017 Does anyone know who is producer of these 3D printers ? Nico Van Der Merwe October 22, 2017 Awesome but I think the 3D is expensive. Adrian Makala October 22, 2017 Muchas gracias !!! ana karen solis October 22, 2017 amazing, thank you! Chi Chi Cheng October 22, 2017 Many thanks for this informative video!