• Kecha

Top Silversmith uses 3D Scanning and 3D Printing to make one-of-a-kind Silver Teapots

Updated: Nov 26, 2020

Professor of Jewelry Design, Wendy Yothers, is truly a master of her craft. As a professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology, in NYC, Wendy understood how 3D scanning technology could be used to bring her designs to fruition in a faster and more cost effective way.

First, Wendy's designs are hand carved in clay:

The sculpted clay is then 3D scanned using a high resolution 3D scanner. It is 3D printed in wax and casted in sterling silver. Wendy then puts her finishing touches as a master silversmith, and voilá- a unique, stunning work of art.

To see more of Wendy's fantastic pieces of art, you can take a visit to the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Museum of the City of New York or the Victorian and Albert Museum in London.

To preserve your sculpture or work of art, contact us for your 3D scanning and 3D printing needs.

14 views0 comments