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Pampillonia Jewelers
Pampillonia Jewelers • 2 years ago

VIDEO: This video is a quick look at the first half of the casting process. After a piece is designed in CAD software, it is printed on a 3D wax printer and then prepared for casting. The piece is attached to a wax sprue tree and set in a flask base. The piece is then placed into a flask and prepared for the investment (which will be shown in part 2).

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