Two techniques have historically defined the jewelry industry: handcrafting and lost-wax casting. Both techniques require significant technical expertise, are highly time-intensive, and mistakes in the process can prove expensive.
But today, digital design and 3D printing are primed to disrupt these age-old practices in a major way. Supplementing traditional processes with digital techniques brings new possibilities in design and production to jewelers, as well as exciting new customization options for customers.
Choosing the right 3D Printer depends on the volume production, the manufacturing procedure, budget, and desired material (resin or wax). ANiMA supplies and supports in Greece and Cyprus the following 3D Printers for jewelry: