Figure 4 Jewelry
ULTRA-FAST AND AFFORDABLE 3D PRINTING SOLUTION FOR JEWELRY DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING WORKFLOWS
Produce superior jewelry prints with best-in-class surface finish. Figure 4’s non-contact membrane technology, combined with exclusive MicroPoint™ support structures, minimizes part-to-support interaction, resulting in the smoothest sidewalls and finest resolution for jewelry applications.
Proprietary print build styles developed specifically for jewelry, both for thin, delicate geometries, as well as thicker geometries, enable optimized jewelry prints with detail for settings, sharp prongs, fine mesh and more.
MicroPoint ultra-fine tip support structures enable both easy support removal and smoother surface finish, reducing downstream labor costs and production time by minimizing polishing of support intersection points.
Figure 4 Jewelry solution is optimized for design and production workflows for high-end customized jewelry manufacturing, short-run production, and prototyping/fit-check.
3D print highly accurate jewelry casting patterns for intricate, detail-rich feature pieces. Figure 4 Jewelry offers superior casting quality and patterns ready for casting in hours for customized pieces manufacturing and short-run production.
Produce 3D printed master patterns for RTV/silicone molds used in high volume, mass-production jewelry casting workflows such as accessories and costume jewelry.
Create accurate, fine detail prototypes of jewelry designs for fittings and try-on, as well as to ensure the accuracy of stone settings.
As an integrated production solution, Figure 4 Jewelry is designed to address three application-specific workflows: jewelry casting patterns, master patterns for molds, and prototype/fit check models. Learn more about material for Figure 4 Jewelry.
3D Systems’ Material Design Center has over 30 years of proven R&D experience and process development expertise. The broad and expanding range of materials available for Figure 4 Standalone addresses a wide variety of applications needs, for functional prototyping, direct production of end-use parts, molding and casting, and includes ABS-like, polypropylene-like, rubber-like, castable, heat resistant and biocompatible capable materials.
* Note: Not all materials are available in all countries – please consult your local sales representative for availability