Description:looking to get the first 2 rings of my design recreated in CAD so i can get them 3D printed to be used in lost wax casting, the final products will be made of brass.
RING 1: rectangle face with approx 28mm X 24mm with bart simpson engraving, in 2 sizes US10 (dia 19.84mm) and US8 (dia 18.19mm)
RING 2: square face approx 14mm X 14mm with spider web engraving, in US6 (dia 16.51mm) and US8 (dia 18.99mm)
each ring will need to have a sprue for casting, please see pictures provided.
please see design sketches for rough idea of how they should look.
i have included photos of other rings with a similar finish/engraving
looking for someone that has some experience with 3D printing for casting but not essential, i also have more designs really to go for use on the same rings so would like to do more after these. this is the first time i have posted on anything like this so any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
any software that can generate STL/STEP/IGES files should be ok
price not set in stone either
Wants:aesthetics/apperance, exact measurements etc
- Autodesk Inventor
#15 Ring Designs for 3D printing by markol
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