An engagement ring design for a 1.00ct round diamond with diamond set halo.
16 diamonds = 0.15ct
Finger size L ( 6 )
I have added this portal to my website for all those customers of mine from around the world who can't get to see me in the U.K
All you need to do is download it and take it to your local jeweller for their workshop to make it for you.
It's very simple and every jeweller who makes jewellery will know exactly what to do with this file.
I hope this helps you in your search for that perfect ring.
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You could also 3D print it and take it along with your stl file to your jeweller of choice.
If you have any questions about this ring, or if you would like it for a different stone size or finger size, or perhaps diamond set shoulders, please feel free to contact me via live chat and I can send you a revised design file at an additional redesign fee of £25.
All designs have matching wedding bands which are available on request at the usual £25 design fee.
You can also order the castable 3D print for an additional £25.
Please mention this in the comments section during check out.
Shipping charges will apply if ordering a prototype.
You will receive a link to download your Digital products in the Thank You page of the Checkout, along with an emailed link that will last for 30 days.
Diamond set Halo ring design for a 1.00ct diamond, finger size L (6)
In a nutshell, an STL file contains data describing the layout of a three-dimensional object. These files are usually generated by a computer-aided design (CAD) program. “.STL” is the file extension of the STL file format.
The STL file format is the most commonly used file format for 3D printing. When used in conjunction with a 3D slicer, it allows a computer to communicate with 3D printer hardware.
Jewellers use these files to 3d print jewellery before they send them through a lost wax casting process.