3D file based on SA Vectorizer

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Comment by Bernard Bunner on January 1, 2019 at 7:47am

Delaunay Voronoi Vectorizer preset :

Converted in a 3D file :

Printable :

Comment by Synthetik Software on January 1, 2019 at 11:16am

So if someone wanted to then 'print' this as an actual physical ring, what approach would they take?

Comment by Bernard Bunner on January 1, 2019 at 2:30pm

I'm not sure if this kind of picture would be great on a "signet ring". Too big, many details, etc., because of the small surface of this kind of ring. Rhinogold isn't necessary used to create rings.

The owner of this software, has an account and can connect to "Elements" to download thousands of models.

or create from scratch, something.

In my example : signet ring, because of it's large surface.

You have different possibilities to engrave on it. Create an EPS file, with vectorizer, (or Paseq) with simply shapes, then import it as curves, transform in surfaces, then in solids, and make a "boolean" operation (difference) to add this in the ring. There is also an autocut option, that helps to make it easier. Another possibility is to use Clayoo Sculpt options.

I'll post an example tomorrow. 

Comment by Synthetik Software on January 2, 2019 at 10:39am

So people start with a standard stock core and then engrave a pattern on it?

I was wondering if people used 3d-printing in the process?

Comment by Bernard Bunner on January 2, 2019 at 1:52pm

Yes you can begin with the models, or use the ring wizard :

Gems options :

Printing options :

Comment by Bernard Bunner on January 2, 2019 at 2:03pm

Yes you can also engrave a pattern or text on it if you want. 

Here I used this pattern :

Comment by Bernard Bunner on January 2, 2019 at 2:13pm

I have also some problems with downloading pictures…..

Yes 3D is used in the process. But not with plastic filaments. They use Wax Resin printers. Then they create a plaster mold. This one is then heated so that the Resin melts. Then they sink the metal.

Formlabs printers

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