Description:Hi, I need a 3D CAD ring rendering that will be made into a silicone ring mold. The mold will be made of copper or stainless steel
Our logo (attached) needs to be debossed on the inside.
Please see attached files for the (very) rough 2D mockups
Dimensions of the ring should be:
Inside Diameter: 20.6mm
Here's a link to the original (tungsten) ring: www.giftflavors.com/tungsten-wedding-band-ring-10mm-wedding-band-for-men-women-all-sizes-18k-rose-gold-plated-designer-rings-comfort-fit-black-beveled-edge-brushed-polished-male-mans-his-hers-couple-sets-personalize-laser-engraving-available-lifetime-guarantee/
I'll be very responsive as I'm looking to finish & pay quickly on this as it's a rush job. Thanks!!
Wants:Closeness to original curvature.
Dimensions are slightly different than the mockup, but this new design should be made as close as possible given the dimensions
- PTC Creo Parametric / Pro-E
#1 Silicone Ring 3D Design by REDA
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