Casting comes out to be the third step in the process of jewelry making. Once the CAD and CAM process is over, our craftsmen undertake this step. This process includes pouring of the liquid metal alloy into the mould; we also take necessary precautions while doing the casting process.

This art form is in existence since thousands of years. Since the time that man attained the ability to melt metal, they have been pouring molten gold into cavities shaped in stone, plaster, sand, and cuttlefish bone. We believe in providing our clients with the utmost finished product.


image1 Casting jewelry is also known as lost wax casting. This is a process by which a wax pattern is made into a jewelry mold and then filled with molten metal. The wax mold and heated metal inside the mold are thrown into cold water or put in the refrigerator with the freezing temperature which then causes the mold to dissipate and leave behind the piece of jewelry. We at CAD CAM PROFESSIONALS provide the facility to our customer who wants to avail single or multiple services from us.

image2 Being a client centric organization we concentrate on satisfying our clients and building a healthy relationship with them! The whole process fabricates from the step: CAD designing, only a talented jewelry CAD designer and modelers can bring your project to life. We concentrate in offering services with detailed precision and professionalism. After the CAD process the model can be used to produce photo and video renders. Then comes the second step which is 3D printing, here we are open in offering services to our clients according to their requirement. In this process the CAD design is then approved for 3D printing.

image3 In 3D printing, we have the production of high-definition, detailed parts and smooth surfaces that does not require manual finishing. The designing and manufacturing process for jewellery has always required high levels of expertise and knowledge involving specific disciplines that include fabrication, mould-making, casting, electroplating, forging, stone-cutting, engraving and polishing. Then the third and the most important step comes into the picture where our craftsmen have to be careful with the models, they then create a casting tree and this tree is arranged in such a manner so that the gold or platinum or any other metal can be flown throw the tree with the minimum turbulence.

image4 After hardening and curing, flasks containing invested models are placed in specialized ovens where the wax is incinerated at temperatures as high as 1600° F for 12-16 hours. Now a properly burned out container will have no remaining residue of wax, leaving behind a hollow impression left by the tree. Also it can be a good option for the jewelry designer to have their own monopoly of the designs. Specially the upcoming designers who are looking out to get their designs executed in the right direction can always let us know and avail the services at reasonable prices!