Shortly after announcing the Sharebox3D, the Italian 3D printing company introduces another new device. At the VICENZAORO, an event dedicated to the art of goldsmiths, the Sharebot J-3D (Jewellery 3D) will be presented.
The DLP 3D Printer has been developed in cooperation with Mario Di Maio Spa, an Italian company with over 90 years of experience in producing tools and machines for goldsmiths. The device uses UV light to cure layers of resin in a build area of 100 x 50 x 100 mm, creating objects with a resolution as high as 25 microns on the Z axis and 50 microns on the XY axis.
3D printing becomes more and more popular within the jewellery industry. By applying the DLP process, 3D models can be created for the lost wax casting technique.
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