About Us

TechnoVision started off with providing mechanical engineering services to automobile, household appliances, defense, heavy engineering etc. To-day we have on our clients list Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Eicher Motors Ltd., Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Kanchan Home Appliances Pvt. Ltd. to name a few. At around 2004 we looked at the Jewelry Industry and made a proper study. TechnoVision had been serving the Jewelry industry by way of selling the designer software for quite some time. After understanding the business potential and the feasibility, we started the Jewelry Division. Today we have two divisions the Mechanical Engineering Projects division and the Jewelry division.

About Jewelry Division

About the Technology
Jewelry Industry
Evolvement of CAD & CAM
Salient Features of CAD/CAM
 
 
  About Jewelry Division
 

CAD & CAM solution providers

CAD - TechnoVision has tied up with M/s Vision Numeric of France to market their most advanced jewelry software called 3DESIGN in India and has successfully been doing so for the last two years. Recently 3DESIGN launched the V–7 version which has incorporated the typical Indian requirements. 3DESIGN has also launched an add-on module called 3SHAPER which allows you the capability of making artifacts or idols a very easy job.

CAM – TechnoVision has been marketing the most advanced technology in camming called DigitalWax machines which are manufactured by DWS s.r.l. of Italy. The ideal features of the machine are :

High surface quality
High Productivity
Available resins for rubber moulds
Lowest running cost in the market
Ideal resin for direct casting
1 Year warranty
Excellent Casting performance
7 Models to suit your requirement
No AMC
 
  About the Technology
 
Building 3D objects directly from the computer models without going thru the tedious and time consuming manufacturing steps such as process planning and tool manufacturing was merely science fiction until recently. A fairly recent and fascinating technology called Rapid Prototyping (RP) has made this a reality. Manufacture of complex 3D objects using RP is as easy and simple as printing or 3D Faxing machines. Robots are automatic only when the fool-proof paths are available whereas RP machines are truly automatic as they require only a valid definition of the object geometry. Organizations faced with fierce global competition can no longer remain complacent with their current level of performance. They have to be abreast with the latest technology as they are the weapons to beat competition. Time is an important resource just as the precious human skill. Rapid Prototyping and Tooling (RP&T) is the mantra for time compression.
 
  Jewelry Industry
 

The industry has been predominantly a labor intensive. Introduction of Computer Aided Designs (CAD) and Computer Aided Machining (CAM) has been a very recent development. World wide only the developed countries are the ones who use such sophisticated technologies. The industry generally uses the following process to create a master.

Create a design on paper by hand
The artisan actually prepares the silver model by hand
The designer may suggest modifications/changes after seeing the model
The artisan makes the changes as suggested by the designer
The production manager might suggest changes/modifications from the production perspective
The artisan makes the changes as suggested by the production manager
A joint meeting of designer and production manager to view the model from both aesthetic and production point of view. There could be some changes/modifications suggested
The artisan prepares the final silver master
 
  Evolvement of CAD & CAM
 
The manufacturer either gives a picture or rough sketch of the design desired along with the bio-data i.e. size of stone, type of setting, desired sizes of different parts etc. The designer based on the information then creates the design on the computer. Since the images created are 3D with the dimensions, the same can be shown to the manufacturer and his production manager for confirmations. Any changes/modifications can be made at this stage. On getting the confirmation the file in the form of STL format is loaded to the RP machine. The RP machine then prints the images and delivers a resin output. The resin output is then put thru Investment casting process and converted to Silver Master. In short the stages are :
 
Create a design and the required bio-data on paper
The designer creates the image on the computer
The manufacturer/production manager confirms after checking the image on the computer
Load file on the RP machine and get the resin output
Put the resin output thru casting process to procure silver master
 
  Salient Features of CAD/CAM
 
Ease of use
Easy modifications, since on the computer
3D Visualization
Property Calculation like Mass, Weight, Volume
Direct Connectivity to any prototype machine for master output
Time Saving thru e communication
Easy Duplication of Design, Masters
 
Products

 
 
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