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Design Faults

It’s been a disappointing past week as I’ve had some failures of design. Namely, the Tulip ring, Skull and Rose pendant, and Skull and Rose earrings. The fault lies in the design of the rose itself. Even though to 3D printing software acknowledges that the design is printable, it can’t form the individual petals of the rose, or the tulip leaf. I’ve had eight printing attempts with eight failures. So it’s “back to the drawing board” to select and develop other designs of interest in our portfolio bank.

Our next castings, for inclusion in our online folders, are the Steamray pendant, Lace Dragon, Gearwheel ring and the Mictlantecuhtli pendant.

On another note, we’re slowly exchanging our online folder software screenshots of the designs to those of our model wearing and displaying our jewelry offerings, most of which are in the Women’s Jewelry and Goth pages.

Quote of the week:

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”
~Thomas A. Edison

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