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#1

Hi to all: I have been in jewelry business for 22 years, I
design and make most of my jewelry, . I need some info regarding
computer for designing jewelry. Thanks…


#2

Just wondering, What is the latest version of JewelCad? and Is
there any library of predefined shapes that you can offer as a
public domain. I would be happy to offer a space on ganoksin.com
for such.

Hanuman

Hanuman
The Ganoksin Project

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#3

For those of you who have received your copy of jewelcad, How
are you doing? Perhaps we can use this forum to ask questions
about designing jewelry with the use of a computer. Some of you
already have experience, so let’s help the less fortunate.

Dmitry visits this site and I expect he’ll be helping everybody.
Let’s get the questions rolling. The manufacturers of Jewelcad
will also be involved in the dialog. And of course anyone who
needs more info on the Sanders Model Maker, I’ll be happy to
help.

Regards,
Rolf


#4

Contact Bert Fendt at the Gesswein Company, they have everything
you are looking for. The Sanders Model Maker has been sold
worldwide and there are over 100 systems in the jewelry market.
If you came to the JA show in NYC, you would have been able to
see designers using a computer to design jewelry and then see
the Sanders Model Maker actually producing the jewelry while you
watch. 20

If you’re interested in receiving a demo copy of JewelCad, let
me know. For those that have not yet received there’s, be
patient, it’s coming.

We will be demonstrating this equipment and software at MJSA in
both NYC and Providence RI, and in Basel. I’ll let you know
what booths we will be in.

Regards,
Rolf


#5
  Just wondering, What is the latest version of JewelCad? and
Is there any library of predefined shapes that you can offer
as a public domain. I would be happy to offer a space on
ganoksin.com for such. 

The latest version is release 4.0, the demo copy that is
forthcoming. You should receive it soon.


#6

Hi I’m wondering how I might get to preview the jewelry-cad.I’ve
never designed on the computer but want to start exploring that
tool.I was wondering about adobe illustrater also. thanks, Jcardozo


#7

Hay all wish spring would spring. Any way it is good that others
are looking into CAD CAM CNC. Lookup http://www.rhino3d.com. You
can down load a bata from them. it is a cool program. I bought it
and I am having a blast with it. True


#8
        Hay all wish spring would spring. Any way it is good
that others      are looking into CAD CAM CNC. Lookup
http://www.rhino3d.com. You      can down load a bata from
them. it is a cool program. I bought it      and I am having a
blast with it. True 

True, since you are designing jewelry using rhino, send me an
stl file and I’ll build it for you on the Model Maker. For your
many jewelry companies use rhino. I just think that
it is easier to learn Jewelcad because it already has a library.

Regards,
Rolf


#9

does it have the same degree of versatility and sophistication
in modelling tools, though? Rhino does some pretty amazing
things…

Peter Rowe


#10

True: I know your name and I know that I know you, but cannot
put my finger on it. A name from my past life? I’m Jeff
Kaiser. Formerly from the Twin Cities, now in Northern Minnesota,
I’m a retail jeweler. Help me out. It’s driving me nuts…

Jeff


#11

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dentistry and wants me to travel more. But you know you can’t
stop being what you “are”. So will just work at the big stuff.
Like setting those gems that have been lanquishing in my safe
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