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3D Printing for Jewelry Retailers & Casting Houses

Bring precision to your workshop with professional 3D printing to rapidly prototype designs, fit clients, and produce large batches of ready-to-cast pieces.

CAD design of rings and other jewelry enables the creation of consistent, symmetrical pieces without the tediousness and variability of wax carving. Combining a CAD process with a desktop 3D printer offers the best of both worlds - the efficiency and precision of CAD, and the tactile presence of a prototype piece.

Take advantage of the Form 3 to create “fitting pieces” to provide a consultative experience which builds excitement and delights your clients. SLA 3D prints are sturdier and more cost-effective than wax originals and can be reproduced or adjusted with a few clicks.

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Castable Wax Resin 3D Printed with Form 3

3D Printers

Form 3+

Asiga MAX UV

Octave Light R1

3D Scanners for Jewellery industry

A 3D scanner can easily digitize almost any object. An object can be captured digitally using a special light, this method unlocks full potential of jewellery designer making it more easy to replicate and reiterate designs faster and easier. Digitizing with a use of 3D scanner gives more creativity to the jewellery making process.

This technology is changing the traditional method of designing and rendering objects digitally that are previously impossible. Today, 3D scanners are getting more powerful and easier to use within your casting house or right in your table top.

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3D Scanners

Solutionix D500

Solutionix D700

AutoScan Inspec

Value-Added Products

Maptec offers value-added products for jewellery design and manufacturing. An additional solution to improve up time and add value to your business. Aside from 3D printers, we also have laser cutting, laser engraving, casting, and UV curing machines specially made for your needs.

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Value-added Products


OroCure 1000

Master Inject

Magic 70

OroWeld 200s

Galloni G1 Ultimate

Pressovac MAX

Case studies

How 3D Printing is Disrupting the Jewellery Industry