JEWELRY CAD COURSE

American Gemological laboratory

This course covers the skills necessary to become a CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing) technician. Skills taught include using CAD software to develop models and photorealistic renderings. Topics covered also include subtractive and additive CAM machines, jewelry manufacturing techniques.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • Create CAD models within the metrics of scale, proportion, and element relationships
  • Develop CAD models within the constraints of cost, time, size, style, and manufacturing methods
  • Distinguish between various CAD software and various CAM methods, including 3D printing
  • Model and render manufacturable pieces of jewelry using CAD
  • From 2D freehand jewelry design to 3D format
  • Estimation of gold weight for the designs




POSSIBLE CAREER PATHS

The AGL graduates who have pursued their careers in the gem and jewelry industry mostly became: jewelry designer, freelance, jeweler, jewelry manufacturer, entrepreneur, jewelry retailer, etc.

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