Bronze sculpture: The process from 3D printing to Bronze casting

As a leading art foundries in China, we explores combing new tech with traditional bronze casting technique. Below is a bronze sculpture we cast for artist Ken Sealey.The sculpture is 50 cm tall. The artist sends us digital model of the sculpture. We use 3D printing tech to print it out first and then make rubber mold and cast bronze. Below is a short documentation on how we make it.

Step 1 : Digital modeling

Step 2 :  3D Printing

Step 3: Molding & Bronze casting

 

Step 4: Finishing & Patina

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. hi, how much did this casting cost? in £ GBP? thank you.

    rorymenage@googlemail.com

  2. Hi, I have the same question of cost. I’m considering casting a piece this same size in bronze and would love to get an idea of cost. Thanks

  3. Please let me know the cost of a similar object.
    Looking forward to your response.
    Thanks

  4. Can you let me know costs of this project please.

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