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Customized jewelry using Laser Melting
Because laser melting can produce delicate parts, complex structures, and small quantities, LaserCusing® is ideal for jewelry design. Necklaces, rings, bracelets, brooches, pendants or watches — laser melting means designers' creativity knows no bounds and no geometric restrictions. At Laser Add Center, finished products are manufactured layer by layer from a vast range of materials, such as titanium, stainless steel, or gold and silver alloys. As a result, even the most complex network or lattice structures can be produced, thereby allowing infinite innovative options.
Delicate one-off items, endless potential
As one-off items can be produced easily using the technology, laser melting offers designers great potential in this regard. We can therefore respond to individual requirements, and realize your vision quickly and with you in mind. Making changes once the prototypes have been produced is a quick and simple process. We can therefore manufacture unique, lightweight, and non-allergenic items of jewelry tailored to your specifications. Jewelry that not only looks great, but is also functional — for instance, a necklace with individual links that can be unclicked from each other. Your creativity knows no bounds: Laser melting enables geometries to be created that conventional processes struggle to produce.
Speed, quality, geometric freedom
Once the LaserCusing process is complete, the produced parts simply need to be separated from the base plate, freed from the support geometry and polished — and the products are finished! We manufacture complete watch cases, delicate items of jewelry, or innovative prototypes in line with your designs and specifications. Compared to milling or casting processes, laser melting is associated with reduced post-processing, less waste due to cavities as well as higher material density. This will save you time, money, and material. The geometric freedom is yet another major benefit — a whole new range of design options are opened up thanks to laser melting.
Please contact us and send us your designs — we will advise you about materials, compatibility, and realization options. You can send a 3D CAD model or an original part to scan in — we can handle both.
We look forward to hearing your ideas!