Publisher : The Korea Association of Crystal Growth
DOI : 10.6111/JKCGCT.2016.26.1.019
Title & Authors
A study on the manufacture of dissimilar metal jewelry using 3D printer Lee, Jung-Soo; Cha, Kyung-Chul;
In the late 1990's implementation of CAD/CAM systems in 3D printer has been led to many changes in the jewelry industry. Low cost 3D printer has been started advertising in the jewelry in 2009 after expiration of key patents of FDM scheme. Mass jewelry production process will vary in appliance with direct production process of 3D printer production line. The studies presented in this variation is the jewelry manufacturing process using a 3D Printer and the different metals with different colors were also produced for bonding the prototype jewelry. Increasing the possibilities of 3D printer through them, presents a variety of jewelry mass production methods.
3D printer;Dissimilar metal jewelry;Jewelry mass production;
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