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Easy resizing to make Another
Pic Title: Easy resizing to make Another
Pic Description: If you thinking about buying a mill, here is an awesome reason why the MDX is a great solution for you and your shop. Here is a design, this original Garnet pendant in 14k yellow gold with a 7 mm major, posted it to our website, another person loved it but wanted it larger. I had a 11 mm custom cut checkerboard trillion stone. Reopened the original file, dragged a corner and made the design for an 11 mm major., and used the same size Diamond, just more of them with a small alteration.
Poster: ToddMichael
Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:54 am
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Comments: 4
Poster: ToddMichael @ Thu Feb 14, 2013 9:54 am
Total deign time the first one, 30 ish minutes, 42 minutes to mill. Second one 5 minutes in alterations, and 45 minutes to mill. Both jobs designed and milled in less time than either hand carved wax.


 
Poster: ToddMichael @ Thu Feb 14, 2013 10:03 am
Someone asked me about margins so if your in jewelry this makes sense.
14k, .25cts SI-1H Garnet 2.75 at $1095.00, and 18k .45 cts SI-1H, Chinese Custom Peridot 2.6 with Chain 18k $2695.00, we cast and set in our own shop, total job time both was 2 hours 30 ish minutes. Both jobs delivered in less than 48 hours, mostly because of the mill. the mill makes when designed correctly, a setters dream.



 
Poster: ToddMichael @ Thu Feb 14, 2013 10:04 am
as I am a designer and setter, I know the value of getting the right stones in the channel and not having to fudge or reorder stones because of a wax carving mistake.


 
Poster: jeff dunnington @ Tue Feb 19, 2013 11:26 pm
Great job Todd. Glad you are happy with the 3D Wax Mill System. Thanks for sharing.

Jeff



» Last edited by jeff dunnington on Mon Apr 15, 2013 7:14 am; edited 1 time in total


 
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