What is 3D rendering?
What services are you providing?
We are offering a full package of jewelry designing and modeling services including: custom jewelry design, 3D CAD modeling, jewelry line development, digital sculpting, 3D photo and video rendering.
What CAD tools do you use?
At CADMaster we use such renowned softwares like Matrix, Rhinoceros, ZBrush and ArtCAM.
Why should use CAD in jewelry?
CAD is needed to be able to print out 3d models and use them in the production. CAD also allows deep analysis in details and measures and easier and faster manufacturing.
What is jewelry CAD?
Jewelry CAD (computer-aided design) is the use of computer systems in creating, modifying and analyzing jewelry designs virtually.
Why do I need 3D photo and video rends?
Jewelry rendering gives an opportunity to visualize your new pieces and start marketing them even before manufacturing. Jewelry 3D photo and video rends are perfect for showcasing your latest designs in your website or generating images for your online and printed catalogue.
Will you be charging for modifications?
Some modifications may cause additional charges from the customer, in case these modifications were not discussed and agreed when placing the order.
What are the deadlines for CAD services?
There are no fixed deadlines; we can inform you only after we review the files.
Are all the models shared in the website designed by you?
Yes! All models shared in this website are designed and rendered by our jewelry artists and are the sole property of CADMaster.
Can I feel secure with my own designs?
CADMaster strongly guarantees the confidentiality of your designs. Furthermore, per your request we can sign a Non Disclosure Agreement.
Could I use a CC license to share my logo or trademark?
Creative Commons does not recommend using a CC license on a logo or trademark. While a logo or trademark can be covered by copyright laws in addition to trademark laws, the special purposes of trademarks make CC licenses an unsuitable mechanism for sharing them in most cases. Generally, logos and trademarks are used to identify the origin of a product (or similar), or to indicate that it meets a specific standard or quality. Allowing anyone to reuse or modify your logo or trademark as a matter of copyright could result in your inability to limit use of your logo or trademark selectively to accomplish those purposes. Applying a CC license to your trademarks and logos could result in a loss of your trademark rights altogether.