Stainless Steel Jesus Pendant with CNC, Wax Casting and Electroplating

Stainless Steel Jesus Pendant with CNC, Wax Casting and Electroplating

Process CNC, Metal Casting, Polish, Electroplate
Material Metal, Other
Quantity 50 pcs
Price Range $1,000-5,000
Lead Time 20 workdays


About Project

Are you looking for a unique and meaningful piece of jewelry that expresses your faith and devotion? If so, you might be interested in this stunning Stainless Steel Jesus Pendant that features a detailed image of Jesus Christ with long hair and a beard. Jesus is wearing a crown of thorns and is carrying a cross on his shoulder. The pendant has a ring at the top that is inset with diamonds, so that it can be worn on a chain or necklace.

This pendant is made with CNC, wax casting and electroplating techniques, which ensure high quality and durability. CNC stands for computer numerical control, which means that the pendant is designed and cut by a computer-controlled machine. Wax casting involves creating a wax model of the pendant, then pouring molten metal into a mold that contains the wax model. The wax melts away, leaving behind the metal pendant. Electroplating is a process that coats the metal pendant with a thin layer of another metal, such as gold or silver, to give it a shiny and smooth finish.

The result is a beautiful and realistic pendant that captures the essence of Jesus Christ. The pendant is very detailed and shows the expression of pain and love on Jesus’ face. The pendant is likely a religious piece of jewelry that could be worn as a symbol of faith or as a reminder of Jesus’ sacrifice. It could also be given as a gift to someone who is going through a difficult time or who needs some encouragement.

If you are interested in this pendant, you can order it from FacFox, a company that specializes in jewelry custom services. FacFox can help you create your own personalized jewelry, whether you have an idea, a sketch, or an existing design. FacFox can also help you choose the best materials, colors, and sizes for your jewelry. FacFox has a team of professional designers and craftsmen who can turn your vision into reality. FacFox also offers fast delivery and competitive prices.

To order this Stainless Steel Jesus Pendant or to learn more about FacFox’s jewelry custom services, please visit our client's website If you want to order yours, please contact FacFox via today. You will not regret choosing FacFox for your jewelry needs. FacFox is your best partner for creating beautiful and meaningful jewelry.


  • Step 1: A copper mold was made with CNC milling, which is a process that uses a computer-controlled machine to cut and shape the metal into the desired shape and size. The copper mold was designed to have the same details and features as the final pendant.
  • Step 2: 50 wax patterns were produced from the copper mold with injection molding technology, which is a process that involves heating and melting the wax and injecting it into the mold. The wax patterns were cooled and removed from the mold, forming exact replicas of the copper mold.
  • Step 3: The ss316L pendants were made with lost-wax casting method, which is a process that involves creating a ceramic shell around the wax patterns, then heating the shell to melt and drain out the wax, leaving behind a hollow cavity. Molten ss316L metal was then poured into the cavity and allowed to solidify. The ceramic shell was then broken and removed, revealing the metal pendants.
  • Step 4: The pendants were polished and electroplated with silver, which is a process that coats the metal pendants with a thin layer of another metal, such as silver, to give them a shiny and smooth finish. Electroplating involves immersing the pendants in an electrolytic solution and applying an electric current to transfer the metal ions from an anode to the pendants, which act as a cathode.
  • Step 5: Gems were inset onto the rings, which is a process that involves creating holes or grooves on the rings where the gems can be placed and secured. The gems were carefully selected and matched to fit the size and shape of the rings. The gems were then glued or soldered onto the rings, adding sparkle and elegance to the pendants.