With much love in the detail…
The melted material is applied as a continuous cast tube and pulled on the drawing bench to the desired ring thickness and ring width. From this tube the blank rings are being cut using an automatic saw.
By turning the wedding ring gets its individual shape and the desired width and thickness.
This is done either manually or by modern computerised CNC machines. They automatically work on the upper, as well as the internal and lateral surfaces of the ring, according to the programme.
The diamond milling process again divides finishing into machining or hand-finishing the rings.The ring now gets its surface and its decoration.
Various types of stones are being set here. Depending on the design, a ring is set with one or more diamonds using different types of settings.
Typical examples include the “bezel setting or the “chanel setting”. Rauschmayer also offers unusual cuts and setting types.
Goldsmithing is also a fundamental step in the process. The use of state-of-the-art machines does not replace the hand-finishing and the eye of a goldsmith.
In addition to various soldering work the goldsmith takes care of all the precision work on the wedding rings including the processing of two-tone rings.
There is another difficult step in the production of a wedding ring. The polishing machines rotate at speeds of up to 3,600 rpm.
Such speed can destroy in seconds what was created with accurate work. Here the ring gets its exceptional polish.
The ring is then cleaned in an ultrasonic bath, the finished wedding ring then gets its fineness stamp and the lucky doves, the Rauschmayer hallmark.