Jewelry 3D Printing and Post-Curing
Whether making a prototype for sizing, creating a master pattern/mold for higher volume jewelry designs or making an investment casting mold, 3D printing can be a valuable resource in the jewelry business.
Properly cured models burn-out cleaner, resulting in less porosity and imperfections in molds. This means less time spent polishing your castings and less rework due to imperfections.
UV Post-Curing of Jewelry Molds
In order to ensure the highest quality 3D printed jewelry components and molds, you need to make sure you post-cure them. The CUREbox UV Post-Cure Chamber is an ideal choice for your post-cure requirements. Properly cured 3D printed parts have mechanical properties far superior to those that are improperly cured, which ensures that your molds will last longer and remain as detailed as the day they were printed.
The CUREbox is versatile and can be used for single or multi-part runs. It is big enough to handle your ring designs as well as your bracelets and other pieces, but small enough to fit into most any jewelry lab.
Large capacity chamber - Transparent work surface
At 12" x 12" x 6.25" (x, y, z), much larger than our competition, CUREbox can handle multiple or large parts with ease. Perfect for professional workflows. The elevated clear polycarbonate work surface permits UV coverage from all sides, and even the bottom of your part. CUREbox Plus has a tempered glass work surface with even greater UV transparency and improved cleanability.
CUREbox is packed with features:
- Temperature Control Auto Start & Stop
- Silver Reflective Panels
- Laboratory Grade Material (cleanroom friendly)
- And more