Below are the ring and pin part which came back from the casters Aconia Casting, I'm very pleased with the result and the quality of the finish. This shouldn't take too long to get it cleaned up and highly polished ready for when my D2W box comes back with the box and petals inside of it. if you look in the post below you will be able to see what the CAD file looked line Rhino and see the accuracy that can be achieved with this program.
The final D2W box arrived on Saturday and even though it was a challenging time to get the box right in order for it to be printable I got there in the end. After clicking all of the sides together I couldn't be happier with the result of this box. I think it adds a new dimension to the piece as a whole and makes it truly unique. I really like the petals in the white Nylon as it looks so clean cut but I may leave the box white and then dye the petals as originally planned. Final week this week so it's time to get even busier!
I am a third year student at the School Of Jewellery in Birmingham. Posts will be based upon my progress through my final year on this DFI course.
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