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1.When we at 3Dcrystal get your 2D photo, we make sure that it is of a high enough quality and size to make the type of crystal you want. We use a variety of photo editing and enhancement programs to get your photo looking as good as it possibly can.


2.We then turn the photo over to our skilled 3D graphic designers, who use proprietary software and methods to extract and build a 3D image out of the 2D photograph. The quality of the 3D image is influenced by both the quality of your photograph and the orientation of the subjects in the photo. The best results are gained from full-face views, looking straight ahead…with eyes open!


3.We then turn the photo over to our skilled 3D graphic designers, who use proprietary software and methods to extract and build a 3D image out of the 2D photograph. The quality of the 3D image is influenced by both the quality of your photograph and the orientation of the subjects in the photo. The best results are gained from full-face views, looking straight ahead…with eyes open!


4.Lastly, we then use the point cloud file for the 3D laser engraving process. 3D laser engraving is a specialized process that enables us to form 3 dimensional images inside of glass. It is generally called SSLE (subsurface laser engraving). If you are interested in the detailed technology, I suggest you visit Wikipedia.org or other searches on this technology. Briefly, the laser burns through the wall of the glass block following the 3 Dimension “point cloud” image we produced earlier, and at a specific point changes the molecule structure of the glass by creating a micro-crack inside the solid glass cube. The 3D image is built up from by the accumulation of millions of these tiny cracks in the glass, so that when finished you have a real life picture engraved in the crystal which can last forever. you see an image embedded inside the glass.

 

 

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