Products/Services for Jewelry Wax Patterns

  • Waxes and Wax Compounds-Image
    Waxes and Wax Compounds - (144 companies)
    ...are used in: sealers polishes coating inks adhesives lubricants binders candles and candle making investment casting patterns food additives The most common use for waxes and wax compounds in the industrial and commercial industries...
  • Mold Making Services-Image
    Mold Making Services - (1526 companies)
    Mold making services design and build tooling and patterns for molding processes, including investment casting, permanent mold casting, sand casting, die casting, lost foam casting, powder metal, die forging, injection molding, blow molding...
  • Metal Casting Services-Image
    Metal Casting Services - (1616 companies)
    Metal casting involves the shaping of free-flowing liquid metals through the use of dies, molds or patterns. How to Select Metal Casting Services. Metal casting services are used to manufacture metals into bar, rod, angle, channel, tee, or other...
  • Laser Engraving and Laser Marking Machines-Image
    Laser Engraving and Laser Marking Machines - (264 companies)
    Laser engraving and laser marking machines use a high-powered laser to mark or scribe materials with text, images, patterns, and graduations. Some products are used to mark conductive or non-conductive metals, plastics, glass, ceramics, or composite...
  • Foundry Equipment and Supplies-Image
    Foundry Equipment and Supplies - (152 companies)
    ...such as investment casting machines and injection molding machinery. Investment casting, also known as lost wax casting, describes the process of making an object out of wax or some other thermoplastic material. The wax object is coated in layers...
    Casting Machines - (35 companies)
    Casters and casting machines handle and process molten metals, alloys, and materials to form a net shape, near-net shape, or continuous stock shape. Variations include die casting machines, vacuum casting machines, continuous or strand casting machines, and ingot casting machines.
    Ovens (industrial) - (474 companies)
    ...and, in powdered metals, recrystallization. Foundry furnaces are used for metal melting applications for jewelry manufacturing, mining, and die casting operations, production aluminum foundries, and fine arts studios. They typically have a tilting mechanism...
    Embossers and Embossing Equipment - (41 companies)
    ...and a roll with a patterned surface. As pressure is applied, the material conforms to the pattern. Hand-fed embossing units require an operator to manually feed a sheet into a press with a patterned surface. Often, manual embossers and embossing equipment...
    Label and Nameplate Services - (1080 companies)
    Label and nameplate services design and manufacture labels, tags, nameplates and related products for identification, inventory control, packaging, decoration, and regulatory compliance. Companies produce serial number plates, instruction labels, RFID tags, shipping and packaging labels, company logos, decals, fleet wraps, barcode labels, and other forms of identification for products that require the display of alphanumeric or graphical images.
    Boxes and Crates - (254 companies)
    Boxes and crates are rigid, typically square or rectangular containers that may include a cover. They are used for all types of handling and storage applications.

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  • Preparation of Tool Mark Standards with Jewelry Modeling Waxes
    …Fig. 14, the reproduction of three consecutive holes in the same piece of jewelry modeling wax with the same auger drill bit used in Fig. 13 demonstrates the replication of the auger bit’s class characteristics and striation patterns in jewelry modeling wax .
  • Inorganic Materials Synthesis and Fabrication Complete Document
    Ceramic (solid or shell); wax pattern is expendable. .... Intricate parts, medical/dental shell, process implants, turbine complexity blades aircraft engine structural components, jewelry Small intricate parts…
  • Healthcare and Biomedical Technology in the 21st Century
    Casting can be an efficient way to fabricate a complex piece to near-final shape, and a technique called the “lost wax ” process has been used for centuries to fabricate jewelry and statues. .... In this method, a wax pattern of the desired object is made then covered with a clay…
  • The 22nd Santa Fe Symposium on Jewelry Manufacturing Technology - Johnson Matthey Technology Review
    …jewellery and Hubert Schuster (consultant, Italy) spoke about ‘Stone-in-Place Casting for High-End Jewelry ’. .... The problem of defects in casting wax patterns was described by Patrick Sage (Neutec USA, U.S.A.), in his eye-opening presentation ‘Casting the Perfect Defect’.
  • U.S. International Trade Commission
    …made by the investment casting process include golf-club heads, orthopedic implants, costume jewelry , dentures, and turbine .... In this process, an expendable wax pattern is made for each casting to be produced by using a special wax that is melted and injected, under pressure, into a metal mold.
  • 3D Systems Forms Distributorship With Model Master
    …be incorporated into Model Master's industry-leading product offerings, which are used by jewelry and awards makers .... The printer will be offered as a solution for producing castable wax patterns directly from a variety of computer-aided design (CAD) software applications.
  • Handbook of Manufacturing Engineering and Technology
    Investment casting (Fig. 30) was previously lost- wax casting, an old process used to produce jewelry and high-quality artifacts. .... Pattern Tree .
  • Casting Design and Performance
    …to make complex shapes, from aircraft jet engine components to small, intricate castings used to make jewelry . .... The various stages include creating the wax pattern , growing the invest- ment shell, dewaxing, and pouring the casting.
  • Manufacturing Engineering Handbook, Second Edition > Metalcasting Processes
    …name generally has been accepted to distinguish the present industrial process from artistic, medical, and jewelry applications. .... • Production of heat-disposable wax or plastic patterns .
  • Conservation of a Monumental Outdoor Bronze Sculpture: Theodore Roosevelt by Paul Manship
    Where the wax had weathered and eroded, the green corrosion was thicker and opaque, with a distinct pattern of brush marks, especially on the shoulders. .... Details of the hair and jewelry were once more visible.