Engagement ring

Engagement ring

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    2014/08/14

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Description
An engagement ring I have created for a woman of my heart.)
Comments

This seems like you have the procedure down pretty well. I am always surprised by how many jewelry makers are using the software and the creative designs they have put together.

I really think that this is something that others could benefit from greatly. Would you have any interest in creating a Fusion user blog post about your design process? Maybe capture some images or do a Screencast of the process? We could name it something like "A Diamond in the Rough" or something equally corny! Let me know what you think, this is really a fun concept!

over 6 years ago

Hi James,

Thank you for appreciation! Yes, all this ring was created in Fusion 360, though not from the first try :))
This diamond is a pretty simplified mode, just to see how it looks, and rather easy to create. First of all you make a circle with a diameter of your diamond - this will be the girdle. Then you sketch an octagon inscribed into diameter equal to 53% of you girdle diameter. This will be the table (top flat surface) of your diamond. Move this octagon up for distance equal to 16 (16,2 if precisely) % of girdle diameter. And at last make another octagon inscribed into diameter of say 0,02 mm, it has to be very small, like a point. Move this small octagon below girdle to distance equal to 43,1% of you girdle diameter. This will be a culet of the diamond. Then loft girdle and table, you will get crown of diamond. Next step - extrude the girdle or the lower (bottom) face of the lofted body for distance of 1-1.5% of girdle diameter. And the last step - loft lower face of extruded girdle and that small octagon. In Render environment you will find Diamond material - apply it and you get 'almost' real diamond ;)) This is enough to evaluate the model for how it looks.

over 6 years ago

I guess I should start by saying congratulations, right? This is a great looking piece. Was all of this created in Fusion 360? I would think the ring was done in the model environment and then the diamond sculpted and faceted? If so, could you give me some pointers on how to make such realistic faceting of the rock??

Also, be careful posting things like this...it gives my girlfriend the wrong idea when she sees it open on my screen. :)

over 6 years ago
Nikolay Morozkin
Moscow, Russian Federation

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