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  • diam
    Posted at 17:31h, 16 September

    NSCNC’s Mira 6 at the University of Toronto

    University of Toronto has just launched their very own Mira 6 milling machine. The machine will be used in the Department of Chemistry under the guidance of Professor Andre Simpson, PhD, FRSC, director of the Environmental NMR Center, Director of TRACES for machining microscopic parts https://www.chem.utoronto.ca/ppl/faculty_profile.php?id=81

    Professor Andre Simpson (right) standing next to the Mira 6 Machine.
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    Mira 6 Machine milling a test job, a microscopic spiral of copper foil. The machine uses one of the smallest milling bits with a diameter of 5 microns (0.005 mm).
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  • Michael
    Posted at 05:46h, 14 September

    BEYOND PERFECT. Recognized by industry peers as the best casting results they have ever seen. Note: 14k yellow gold castings done on Indutherm VC450 using Kerr Satin Cast investment.

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    Below is feedback from user on the Gemvision Matrix forum:

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  • diam
    Posted at 07:40h, 11 September

    New video about machining of a bracelet.

  • diam
    Posted at 02:37h, 11 September

    One of the great ring made by Alexey Fedorov on our Mira mill.

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  • diam
    Posted at 22:45h, 07 September

    “Roses”. Another masterpiece from Raims. Each flower is made one piece

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  • diam
    Posted at 18:52h, 06 September

    Wax molds of bangles. Width 9 mm, thickness of thin details 0.2 – 0.3 mm

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  • diam
    Posted at 06:31h, 06 September

    One of the most complex jewelry wax models we’ve ever milled on the machines. This is part one of three of a large bangle designed by a very talented individual. Milling strategy and tool paths calculations made by Raims in JewelryCAM and machined on our brand new Mira 6. To be continued…

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  • Michael
    Posted at 17:13h, 05 September

    Design that expresses passion & superiority! This 2.00ctw diamond Moses Medallion was milled at 0.01mm step over. Measurements are 30.50mm. Work by NSCNC Authorized Dealer Lion Diamonds®.

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  • Michael
    Posted at 00:03h, 02 September

    Jewelry CAM fully automatic wedding band calculations in less than 5 minutes! Model is made both the hard way and the right way so the end result is perfection. The final work will be a two piece casting and 36 individually soldered tapered prongs pulled from platinum wire, which is a great combination of both old world craftsmanship and modern day technology.

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  • Michael
    Posted at 03:41h, 30 August

    Saint Michael Archangel

    There’s no detail too small! NSCNC OUTPERFORMS, OUTLAST & OUT COMPETES other jewelry prototyping machines through extravagant discipline and technical perfection. This 2.50ctw Saint Michael Archangel medallion was designed in Zbrush and milled by our NYC sales office without coolant at 0.01mm step over, 4 times smoother than the industry average! Wax measurements are 38.50mm x 33.70mm.

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  • diam
    Posted at 00:19h, 25 August

    We opened a second channel NSCNC Educational on YouTube. There are all the training videos. Our main channel NSCNC remains to various videos about the machines and how we build them

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  • diam
    Posted at 06:46h, 23 August

    So we make our wax holders

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  • diam
    Posted at 02:15h, 20 August

    We’re starting to put a series of videos: “The making of NS CNC machines”

  • Michael
    Posted at 19:11h, 16 August

    US Music Artist Wiz Khalifa wearing sacred heart Jesus pendant. Wax produced on Mira X5. This original composition was designed for NYC celebrity jeweler Greg Yuna. Jewelry production work was completed by our New York Sales office and Authorized NS CNC Dealer Lion Diamonds®. Wiz Khalifa

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  • diam
    Posted at 08:07h, 14 August

    For the first time NS CNC will be showcasing of our machines at IMTS 2018 – International Manufacturing Technology Show on September 10 – 15, 2018 at McCormick Place in Chicago. IMTS is one of the largest industrial trade show in the world. Our Booth # 338062 in the main South Building. For more information about IMTS check out the IMTS Site.

    We look forward to see you at IMTS !

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  • diam
    Posted at 21:31h, 11 August

    Wonderful neighborhood
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  • diam
    Posted at 03:21h, 07 August

    Very small butterfly made on NS CNC mill by Alexey Fedorov and his company WaxModels from Moscow, Russia.

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  • diam
    Posted at 21:23h, 02 August

    Next nice job by Egor Pridannikov, Company GOLDforge Jewelry, Chelyabinsk, Russia

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  • diam
    Posted at 02:12h, 26 July

    Wax molds by Egor Pridannikov, Company GOLDforge Jewelry, Chelyabinsk, Russia.

    Ball diameter 15 mm

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    Text height 0.14 mm

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  • diam
    Posted at 18:40h, 25 July

    Another fashionable ring, made by Raims. Gold, silver, sapphire.

    Ring by Raims

    Ring by Raims

    Ring by Raims

    Ring by Raims

  • diam
    Posted at 04:15h, 25 July

    NS CNC is completing the creation of a series of new video tutorials on JewelryCAM. In creating these lessons, we are grateful to our well-known master Egor Pridannikov, Company GOLDforge Jewelry, Chelyabinsk, Russia. Lessons will be available to all comers on Youtube. Users of the program can get them in high resolution.

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  • diam
    Posted at 23:25h, 21 July

    Mira-6 of the last modification

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  • diam
    Posted at 04:30h, 20 July

    Earrings, diameter 55 mm, by Nick Konstantinov, Saint Petersburg Russia. Made on Mira-2

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  • diam
    Posted at 17:56h, 19 July

    Mayan amulet by Nick Konstantinov, Saint Petersburg Russia. Made on Mira-2.

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  • diam
    Posted at 03:55h, 16 July

    How we make our wax “Cut to size” ?

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