Silver Angel of Death Necklace Pendant Cast from 3D Printed Pattern

Silver Angel of Death Necklace Pendant Cast from 3D Printed Pattern

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing, Metal Injection Molding, Polish, Electroplate, Glueing
Material Resin, Metal
Quantity 10 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 10 workdays


About Project

The silver Angel of Death necklace pendant is a perfect gift for anyone who loves Gothic, dark, or alternative fashion. It is also a great way to show your individuality and style. Whether you wear it for a casual or formal occasion, you will surely attract attention and admiration with this pendant.

The pendant features a cross lying on a pair of wings, and a skull in the center of the cross. The wings are outstretched and feathered, symbolizing freedom and protection. The skull is realistic and has deep eye sockets, inlaid with red diamonds that sparkle with a charm. The bail is attached to the top of the cross, and clear diamonds are inlaid on the cross and the bail, adding elegance and contrast to the pendant.

The pendant is made of sterling silver, which is durable and hypoallergenic. The silver has a polished finish that reflects light and enhances the details of the pendant. The pendant measures about 4 cm in length and 3 cm in width, and weighs about 30 grams. 

The pendant is cast from a 3D-printed pattern, which ensures accuracy and precision. The 3D printing process also allows for customization and personalization, so you can choose the size, shape, color, and style of your pendant. You can also add your own engraving or inscription to make it more meaningful and special.

The pendant is ordered by CGIChains and produced by FacFox, a leading company in 3D printing and manufacturing services. FacFox can help you create your own creative jewelry, whether you want to make one for yourself or for your loved ones. FacFox offers high-quality products, fast delivery, and affordable prices. 

Order your Angel of Death necklace pendant today and enjoy the benefits of 3D printing and manufacturing with FacFox. You will not regret it!


  • Step 1: A 3D model of the pendant was created using computer-aided design (CAD) software. The model was checked for any errors or defects that might affect the quality of the final product.
  • Step 2: The 3D model was converted into a 3D printable file format, such as STL or OBJ. The file was then uploaded to the FacFox website, where the customer could review and confirm the order details, such as the quantity, material, finishing, and delivery address.
  • Step 3: The 3D printable file was sent to a 3D printer, which printed the pendant using SLA Formlabs Castable Wax material. The 3D printer used stereolithography (SLA) technology, which cured the resin layer by layer with a UV laser beam. The 3D printing process took about an hour to complete, depending on the complexity and size of the pendant.
  • Step 4: After the 3D printing process was finished, the pendant was removed from the 3D printer and cleaned with alcohol to remove any excess resin. The pendant was then cured in a UV oven to harden the resin and improve its strength and durability. The pendant was also inspected for any flaws or defects that might have occurred during the 3D printing process.
  • Step 5: The pendant was cast in a metal mold using a lost-wax casting technique. The pendant was placed in a metal flask and surrounded by a plaster-like material called investment. The flask was then heated in a kiln to melt the resin and create a hollow cavity in the shape of the pendant. Molten silver was then poured into the cavity and allowed to cool and solidify. The flask was then broken and the silver pendant was retrieved from the investment.
  • Step 6: After the casting process was completed, the pendant was polished and finished using various tools and techniques. The pendant was sanded, buffed, and filed to remove any rough edges or imperfections, then electroplated with silver.
  • Step 7: The pendant was set with diamonds and other gemstones, which were carefully selected and matched for their color, clarity, cut, and size. The pendants were then packaged and shipped to the customer’s address.