Castable resin doesn't leave any residues during the burnout process, obtaining clean moulds. It allows getting smooth surface pieces with a very high resolution, even in complex filigree, with a precise placement of the settings.

To perform the burnout process, lost wax temperature schedule can be followed; it is possible to assemble the casting trees by combining resin photopolymer and wax pieces.

Get the controll on your workflow.
With Eleva P100 is possible to implement a controlled, reliable and efficient production system, reducing the time to manufacture unique pieces and the consumables costs. These are the simple steps that are followed by the jewellery pieces manufacture using DLP 3D printing technology.







3D CAD Design

The 3D design opens new doors in the jewellery sector, which allows designing original and customized pieces for each customer, reducing production time and costs.

Together, with the CAD design software, 3D printing allows offering a complete personalization to your customers, being able to test the ergonomics and design of each piece before making the final model, assuring in this way that customers will receive exactly what they wanted. Eleva P100 is a new tool to complete the offer and the range of possibilities that can be offered from your workshop.


Prototyping and sample pieces.

The prototyping resin is not recommended for an appropriate casting, it is used to verify designs, produce different samples and show varied versions of the same piece to your clients, checking the ergonomics and how they adequately fit. Finally you can cast the definitive one, which has been previously checked piece by the customer. This planned approach will turn into a better manner for your customers, creating the jewel that they exactly need.

Burnout schedule.

This is a visual breakdown of the castable resin burnout cycle, it can be used as a starting point, making adjustments according to the volume or thickness of the piece and depending on the investment used.

Rubber molds for production.

With the Castable resin it is also possible to produce vulcanized rubber moulds. After 3D printing our design, it will be necessary to post-cure the piece to get it to harden and thus withstand the pressure and temperature of the vulcanizing process. In this way it is possible to generate moulds of complex pieces, optimal for a jewellery wax injection production, starting from a printed model.

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