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    How would one go about 3D printing investment casting wax models for jewelry?

    Getting more into the nuts and bolts of your question, it would be easy enough to 3D print object model to lay a mold around- however, most materials printed by commercial 3D printers will not simply melt out.



    If I were given this task and a choice of a couple commercial 3D printers, I would go ahead and print my part- then, I would do an an acetone dip to smooth out the 'steps' and roughness that most 3D printers will still give to parts- a careful acetone dip can achieve the smoothness of the finest wax mold in a fraction of the worker-hours. I would lay out my mold (risers, sprue, etc) as normal, and then when the mold material had fully set, I would put the whole assembly into a mid-temperature furnace with an oxidizing atmosphere- 350C would be plenty -and wait for the 3D printed model to burn out! Easy. 3d printing service pune mumbai chennai
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    Quote Originally Posted by vexmatech View Post
    most materials printed by commercial 3D printers will not simply melt out.
    Here you go -

    http://www.machinablewax.com/product.php?product=52

    It burns out clean and can be printed in Prusa i3 clones with a direct drive extruder and a softer extruder spring

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    Now 3d Printing technology is very popular in Business and Hospitality. And for casting Jewelry is producing best quality as the 3d technology is growing day by day. For my different types of Industrial products I made through Binashree.


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