2005 - Sintering Technology for Jewellery and Multicolour Rings

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2005 - Sintering Technology for Jewellery and Multicolour Rings

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Sintering technology, the use of heat (without melting) to create a coherent mass that results in welding and permanent connections, has always been a common industrial process. In the past 15 years, sintering has made its way into the jewelry industry and has made the manufacture of wedding rings and multi-colored rings easier and more profitable. But, although it is a relatively simple technology, there can be problems with the process and it is vital that one have a good metallurogical and jewelry production background to succeed with it. This paper describes the sintering process for jewelry and offers some tips and tricks on how you can take advantage of it.

Author: Klaus, Wiesner

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