Awesome System

Testimonials from 3dwaxmill users.

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Awesome System

Postby Jewelguy » Wed Nov 16, 2011 11:54 pm

I purchased the system in 2007 and have been using it for all sorts of designs. I am an old school hand fabricator and always thinking that cad cam was for jewelers that couldn't make jewelry I held off stepping up. But once I started using Jeff's 3D waxmill I see that I was limiting myself terribly. I still hand fabricate but nowhere near as much as I used to. I now often combine cad cam components and hand fabricated items into new designs that I couldn't make if I were to limit myself to one or the other. I can't imagine not having my 3D Waxmill. My son has a Revo running Matrix and there isn't a thing he can make that I can't with the 3D Waxmill. I use RhinoGold and MOI and of course 3D Engrave and with a little ingenuity for flip flops I have been able to make fabulous designs.
Thanks Jeff for a wonderful product!
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Postby ToddMichael » Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:19 am


Is it safe to assume that you made the rose gold ring in 4 or 5 pieces?

Did you mill the prongs into the work, or true bead set after into the metal?

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Rose gold ring

Postby Jewelguy » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:38 pm

Yes the three bands are separate and all are alike. The top was carved on its own and all assembled afterwards.
Hope you like it.
I just posted in the gallery a 6 pc. engagement ring I just finished.

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