K Gold Jewelry Technique

The K gold jewelry is fashionable instyle and versatile in modeling.To become the “star” of jewelry industry, it should use these techniques.

NO.1 Polished craft

Polishing is the specific process of using polishing equipment (such as roller polishing, grinding and polishing) and polishing materials for the surface fine processing of products. The polished K gold jewelry has high finish and brightness. The polished jewelry is still a semi-finished product, which needs further processing before it can leave factory.

NO.2 Embroidery craft

The embroidery craft is a surface treatment process that uses various diamond cutters with different pattern edges to produce shiny patterns on the surface of the jewelry at high speed. It is also the most commonly used surface treatment process in K gold personalized necklaces jewelry.

NO.3 Nail sand craft

Nail sand craft is to use tools such as drilling nail to manually nail irregular and shiny concave and convex surfaces on the surface of ornaments to form a “sand grain”, presenting a “sand surface” texture that is either dazzling or exquisite.

NO.4 Sand blasting craft

Sandblasting is the surface technology of high speed emery spraying on the surface of ornaments under the action of high pressure gas to form a hazy and soft matte effect.(the effect is similar to that of nail sand).

NO.5 Drawing craft

Drawing is a process in which diamond is pressed against the surface of the ornament for directional movement to form fine metal stripes.

NO.6 Plating craft

Electroplating is a chemical reaction surface treatment process. The color of the coating is rich and can greatly change the color and brightness of the jewelry. The basic process of electroplating is to immerse the part in a solution of a metal salt as a cathode, and the metal plate as an anode, after the DC power supply, deposits the required coating on the parts. Such as a white 18K gold plated gold layer, let the jewelry surface looks brighter. Electroplating technology is commonly used for the surface treatment of K goldmy necklacejewelry below 18K.

The color of the plating is rich, and there are various colors of monochrome plating such as black, light blue, caramel, purple, orange red, pink, golden, orange, etc. There are also multiple colors of overprint plating; the technology allows the surface shape of the coating to be bright, matte (sandblasting), textured (regular and irregular) and etched to meet the taste of different consumers. Plating can also change the color and brightness of the jewelry (the brightener is included in the bath).

Most of the traditional electroplating techniques are for gold-plated K gold jewelry, or after the surface of the pure gold jewelry is pressed, the plating solution with the brightener is applied to make the color and brightness of the jewelry more ideal. The quality of electroplating technology is very important. For K-gold jewelry, the original K-gold nature will be revealed after wear. Therefore, the alloy plating is selected to meet the desired color, the light and the surface shape together to improve the wear resistance; the surface can be treated with a protective film. In general, technology is the deciding factor in the supply of electroplated jewelry. Today, the color of the plating is no longer the traditional imitation of pure gold, but the taste of the fashionable colors. The color of the electroplated gold jewelry is KGP or KP.

NO.7 Laser craft

Laser is a continuous laser beam generated by a laser generator with high energy. It USES the laser with high energy density to conduct local irradiation on the workpiece, and converts the light energy into heat energy, making the surface material melt instantly, even making the surface material vaporize or change color, thus forming graphic mark.