We are a distinguished name in the field of CAD/CAM Jewelry Designing. Computer-aided design (CAD) is the use of computer technology aiding in the design and especially the drafting (technical drawing and engineering drawing) of a part or product that has become a standard in the jewelry industry today. It is both a visual (or drawing) and symbol-based way of communication whose conventions are particular to a specific technical field.
Drafting can be done in two dimensions ("2D") and three dimensions ("3D"). Drafting is the essential communication of technical or engineering drawings and is the industrial arts sub-discipline that lies under all involved technical endeavors. In showing complex, three-dimensional objects in two-dimensional drawings, objects have traditionally been represented by three projected views at right angles.
Because of the high cost of rapid prototyping equipment and the high level of technical expertise required to reliably produce perfect parts, the trend in the jewelry industry is to use specialized third-party service bureaus.
With computer aided design (CAD) model making has taken a wonderful new direction. With us the jewelry stores and jewelry customers can actually see their idea before the creation stage. More important benefits to cad jewelry design are accuracy and affordability. Your jewelry design can now be manufactured with incredible symmetry because the jewelry wax model is created using our in house rapid prototyping machines.
Our systems reduce cost and time-to-market by transforming CAD Designs into hard copy 3D models. These models are so accurate that designers can go beyond concept modeling to achieve tooling grade patterns ready for casting or mold-making.
Jointly CAD/CAM allows the design of jewelry using a computer (CAD) and creates an exact hard copy model of a jewelry piece using a computer controlled manufacturing device (CAM). Our technicians and draftees utilize all file types compatible with any CAM device, which allows us to quickly generate a precise wax model ready for casting.
Stereo lithography and other hard model technologies are the definite future of the jewelry industry. Leading jewelers effectively use CAM "service bureaus" that specialize in prototype output.