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Waxmodel Process Ejemplo2

Waxmodel Process Ejemplo2

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cera perdida , modelado en cera
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Página 121/10/2009 19:36:31http://www.waxpatterns.com/Gemstones%20Casting%20in%20Place.htmHow to Cast Gem Stones in Place TutorialThese rings were cast and polished during this demonstration on how to cast stones in place. We started with 2 each our 12 piece assortment of lightweight 4x6 ladies oval rings pictured above. These waxes have "prenotched" heads tohold the stones. These prenotched heads make it easy to cast stones in place. The "prenotched" means that the seats are already cut to hold thestones.Under normal stone setting procedure, small "heart" burrs aka 45 degree bearing burrs are used to cut the seats into the prongs. The stones areplaced inside the prongs and then gently tightened around the stones using small pliers.
 
Página 221/10/2009 19:36:31http://www.waxpatterns.com/Gemstones%20Casting%20in%20Place.htmThe wax rings we are using already have the seats cut in place, so 95% of the setting work is done. First we laid out the waxes and stones and carefully placed them into the prongsMake sure the stone is setting in the "notches"
 
Página 321/10/2009 19:36:31http://www.waxpatterns.com/Gemstones%20Casting%20in%20Place.htmYou can also lay the stone on the table and gently press the stone into the prongsOnce the stone is sitting in the notches, gently press the prongs against the stone, this tightens the prongs and helps form the seat to hold thestone. Be gentle but firm.In a few minutes all the stones are in place and ready to cast

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